Craig Viani

Aggregation Aggravation

In this final "Tales from the Dark Side," Greenwich's Craig Viani examines how venue proliferation has driven the need for algo aggregation, and brought to light the challenges in accessing non-displayed liquidity via an intermediary.

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Boston Harbor Cruise: Scenes from the Boston STA 2015

– Traders and brokers had a wicked good time cruising the waters of the buyside capital at the annual Securities Trading Association event.

Euromoney FX Survey Says E-Trading Outshines Voice For First Time

– The currency markets are increasingly going low-touch with electronic trading outpacing the volume done via telephones and high-touch. This year marks the first time low-touch trading has ranked above high-touch in the Euromoney FX survey's 37 year history.

Euro Unbundling Reforms Will Hurt Equity Research Provision and the Buyside

– The recent spate of equity market reforms to unbundle commissions or separate research payments from trades, looks to have more negative effects than positive, according to a recent research piece from Greenwich Associates.

Deutsche Boerse Starts Yuan Market With Chinese Exchanges

– Deutsche Boerse AG is creating a joint venture with two Chinese exchanges to offer yuan-denominated instruments, giving European investors increased access to the world’s second-largest economy.

Bank Guilty Pleas Mess With Texas Pension Fund’s No-Felon Pledge

– Despite bylaws that say it shouldn't, Texas, in a statement, confirmed that it will continue doing business with four of the five banks who settled fx rigging charges, including Citigroup Inc., JPMorgan Chase & Co., Barclays Plc and UBS Group AG.

Young Quants Trade Risk Taking for Risk Management

– The days of quant graduates flocking to the trading floor are over. What caused the shift?

TRADERS ON THE MOVE: BTIG Hires in New York and San Francisco Offices

– In today's On the Move, BTIG hired a bunch of senior hires in its investment banking and capital markets division, while a top JP Morgan banker in its Prime services unit has left the firm. Also, Nomura added to its ranks and Cantor Fitzgerald hired a pair of sales traders.

Fed’s Fischer Says Rate Hike Debate Driven by Data, Not Date

– Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer said central bankers are weighing the risk of raising interest rates prematurely against the danger of having to play catch-up if they wait too long.

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Standish's Amy Koch Navigates the Bond Market's Liquidity Crisis

Despite doomsday media headlines warning investors about a looming liquidity shortage in corporate bonds, Amy Koch, managing director and head of taxable fixed-income trading at Standish Mellon Asset Management, sees no reason to panic.

A Step Closer to a Fixed-Income NBBO

Will a new FINRA pre-trade transparency proposal lay the ground work for establishing a consolidated tape for the corporate bond market?

REDI Grows Into Mature Startup - Part 1

With nearly two years since its birth as an independent fintech company, chief executive officer Rishi Nangalia and chief technology officer Josh Schubkegel recently sat down with Traders to discuss where the firm's been and where it's headed.

Buyside Profile: Polen Capital's Pick Takes It Slow

With Polen Capital's new Global Growth Equity Strategy, read how Julian Pick and his team are willing to wait for the perfect trading opportunity.

The Grand Bargain, or Grand Theft Auto?

With ICE's Grand Bargain proposal, it’s hard not to see the benefit to the legacy exchanges.

SEC Unanimously Votes HFT Firms Must Register with FINRA

After hinting at greater oversights, the SEC took its first step to regulating all high-frequency trading firms.

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