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Colt's Hutchinson Says US Firms Should Follow Europe's MiFID II Preparations

In a conversation with Traders Magazine, Colt Technology Services' Julie Hutchinson discussed the widespread ramifications of MiFID II on European securities trading. She also said that while only a Euro-centric regulation, US firms should take heed and prepare - soon.

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RegTech Innovation Transforming Financial Institutions, Creating First Mover Opportunities

– Research from market consultancy Tabb Group finds there are opportunities for industry collaboration on non-differentiating activities and compliance standardization.

Order Protection Rule Tug-of-War

– There is still uncertainty around the fate of the Order Protection Rule, a key rule governing U.S. stock trading that has led to more complexity, speed and order types, but also protects retail investors from receiving inferior prices on their orders.

Is Lasting Change Coming for FX Market Practices?

– In this contributed article from NICE Actimize, Mark Follows examines several of the main drivers for the desired, primary changes in FX markets.

Percentile Launches RiskMine Platform in US

– RegTech and Percentile announced the US launch of their modular RiskMine platform designed for trading institutions and investment banks.

Streamlining EDM Operations: Removing False Positives

– In this commentary, Brian Sentance discusses how Enterprise Data Management teams inherently rely on rules to identify exceptions that need fixing or require further investigation. However, having the right rules in place from the onset is absolutely crucial to ensure streamlined, effective operations.

CEO CHAT: Apex Clearing’s Capuzzi Says T+2 is Good Start, But T+1 Better

– In this exclusive conversation with Traders Magazine, the CEO of Apex Clearing says that the new shortening of a trade's settlement cycle is a good start. But it could be shorter, he argues.

The Rearchitecting of the Treasury Trading Business

– In a new report, Celent looks at the US treasury market and the remapping of banks’ fixed income infrastructure.

Five Ways to Prevent MIFID II Technology Decisions from Going Wrong

– In this second installment, Vela Technologies shares five ways technology designed to assist with MiFID II compliance can go wrong and how to prevent these disruptions.

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