The line between exchange trading and off-exchange trading has blurred to the point where there really isnt that big a distinction anymore.
The buyside is looking for even more insight and control over its algorithms. That's the viewpoint of at least one buysider, Mark Kuzminskas of Robeco Investment Management at the 77th Security Traders Association of New York Annual Conference.
Barclays now offers U.S. traders the ability to tap the broker's capital when executing an order via select algorithms.
Four alumni of online brokerage TD Ameritrade think there is a better way to gauge potential losses in a portfolio than Value at Risk. And are starting to market risk management software that uses a combination of backward- and forward-looking models to do so.
San Francisco-based 4th Story has begun to offer trading desks and brokers a full suite of analytics, data visualization and notification features.
InfoReach now offers buyside traders the ability to customize and configure their risk controls in real time across multiple asset classes.
In this commentary written by CIBC and NYSE Technologies, authors discuss the rationale behind sending successful U.S. algorithms to Canada for a second life.
JPMorgan Chase's corporate and investment bank has begun to roll out a technical platform designed to consolidate 30 different trading systems into one. The "first wave of execution" in the J.P. Morgan Markets system puts trading in foreign exchange, rates and commodities onto the platform.
Direct Edge has built pre-trade risk controls, including automated and manual kill switches, into the software that matches orders on its EDGA and EDGX exchanges.
Market maker GETCO is adding two new algorithms to its stable, expanding its GETAlpha electronic trading offerings to six. Other new algos are also coming in the next few months.