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Spoofing, Surveillance and Supervision

Jay Biondo, Product Manager - Surveillance at Trading Technologies, co-authored an article along with James Lundy and Nicholas Wendland, both of Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP, reviewing the CFTC's regulations and expanding efforts, 21st century surveillance and supervision, as well as strategic recommendations.

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QUICK TAKE: Fidessa on EMSA Double Volume Caps Being a Ban

Christian Voigt, Senior Regulatory Adviser at Fidessa took a look at the recent EMSA data and assessed the impact of the regulator’s double volume cap data.

QUICK TAKE: Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp’s Patel on SEC Statement on Digital Exchanges

Following Wednesday’s investor alert filed by the Securities and Exchange Commission regarding digital-currency exchanges, Nimish Patel, a securities lawyer with Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp (MSK) shares his views with Traders Magazine.

SIs On The Rise Across Asset Classes

Christian Voigt, Senior Regulatory Adviser at Fidessa, has written a blog which gives insight into how SIs are looking since the MiFID II go-live.

Basel III Implementation May Be Only Partially Effective

New research by the Swiss Finance Institute shows that the Basel III reform may be only partially effective and may induce banks to reduce their credit exposure to corporate and retail clients.

Regulatory Placebo Effect

Christian Voigt, Senior Regulatory Adviser at Fidessa, shares his blog on how the looming double volume caps have impacted trading behaviour.

What Happens to ETFs During Times of Volatility

In this shared report, DBAM's Luke Oliver looks at ETF behavior during times of market stress. He argues it is important to note certain behaviors were not actually problems with the ETF wrapper, or ETN wrapper for that matter, but a characteristic of inverse or leveraged exposure.

FX OUTLOOK: 2018 Will Be the Year of the Yen

Twenty eighteen is going to be the Year of the Yen. So says BNP Paribas Asset Management’s deputy head of currencies, Momtchil Pojarliev, who recently shared his recent trading note with Traders Magazine on the currency.

Moody's Reports Risk of Bitcoin Futures is Moderate at Current Volumes

One ratings agency is looking more closely into bitcoin futures and their effects on exchanges and retail brokers.

Volatility: What Role Did it Play in the Sell-off

In this shared report from Deutsche Bank Asset Management, author Luke Oliver explains the role of volatility in the recent equity market retrenchment.

Rebate Debate Misses the Mark

Dash Technologies' Peter Maragos weighs in on the market rebate debate - saying there is nothing intrinsically wrong with rebates, per se. However, there is a problem with the brokerage industry’s dominant fee model.