Traders Magazine flashes forward to meet the future of capital markets trading and technology.
It's hard to believe that two decades have passed since that fateful morning.
A lot has changed since 1988, when Barbara Novick was there for the formation of BlackRock.
A look back at the STA's push to add overseas affiliates.
Are these hyper-fast traders still the bane of the market's existence?
What is the state of low-touch trading in the current market structure? And how will upcoming regulations, such as MiFID II affect trading.
In this final FLASHBACK of the summer, Traders Magazine looks back to August 2013 and how Cowen and Company was marketing algo selection tools available to its buyside customers.
Institutional trading veteran weighs in on the evolution of the STA, institutional trading, and his own career.
While sounding good at the outset and gaining populist support, real-time reporting and use of identifiers when trading in dark pools is still in the offing and still spooks industry - even eight years later.
The football-field trading floor has gone the way of the dodo bird, but a trader shift is repeating itself.