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  • Jennifer J 06:11 on October 8, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Fixed Income Leaders Summit, 13-15 October 

    Meet TradingScreen at the Fixed Income Leaders Summit Booth #14
    See our CEO, Philippe Buhannic, speak at 2:40 PM on 14 October
    fixed income leaders summit

    13-15 October

    Fairmont Rey Juan Carlose

    Barcelona

    The Fixed Income Leaders Summit is Europe’s only meeting place for the most influential buy-side heads of trading for credit and rates. Designed by the buy-side for the buy-side, the list of attendees include 400+ fixed income leaders, 200+ buy-side heads and 70+ industry speakers, with 20+ hours of networking available.

    Furthermore, our CEO, Philippe Buhannic, will participate in an Oxford Style Debate at 2:40 PM on October 14 regarding RFQ vs CLOB: Which will be the dominant model for fixed income trading?

    If you would like to register for the event, please register here. For more information regarding the event, please click here.

     
  • Jennifer J 08:00 on September 12, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Join TradingScreen at TradeTech FX in London 

    tradetech fx

    TradeTechFX is the only FX trading conference designed by the buy side for the buy side. The event brings together regulators, buy and sell side Heads of FX Trading, trading platforms, and technology partners. TradingScreen would like you to join us at TradeTech FX 15-17 September at Stand 1 at Hotel Russell in London.

    If you would like to attend, please register here. For more information regarding the event, please click here.

     
  • Brian Nadzan 09:55 on September 9, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Volatility Spikes Push Vendor Uncertainty 

    The recent market volatility has raised concerns within the financial community on systems capacity, scalability and availability. Most Buy-side clients have outsourced some part, if not all, of their investment and trading workflows to external vendors. The key to ensuring continuity within a trading environment requires fully comprehending the capabilities of these vendors in terms of capacity, scalability and availability.

    Successful implementation of a multi-vendor strategy requires understanding and managing the integration points across all applications. Integration risks are single points of failure within the trade life-cycle, for example, ensuring that there is sufficient capacity to support message spikes within the various trading services or for supplying market data to consumers.

    Conducting regular capacity reviews of these various services is critical to ensuring the infrastructure is properly load-balanced. An organically developed multi-tenant SaaS solution will automatically scale and reconfigure to increase capacity in production environments. The chosen platform provider must holistically provide a complete trading life cycle solution that will reduce multi-vendor risks and integration points.

    Global trading desks that are split across regional trading locations will achieve reduced latency and ultimately better execution quality throughout the region by using a global SaaS platform. Single region solutions are not scalable and ultimately cannot provide adequate trading workflows to support today’s global financial marketplace.

    Trading services need to be architected for high-availability to compete in today’s global, continuous and highly interconnected financial markets. Solution providers must be proactive in servicing clients around-the-clock to meet the demands of the global interconnected marketplace by ensuring optimal performance and continuous availability. Simply put, today’s trading systems can never be down.

    Broker neutral and independent solution providers are key to ensuring a firm’s trading activity is safeguarded against illegal behavior. Regulators have recently fined firms for misusing highly confidential order and trading information attained from their Buy-side clients. Arguably, broker provided solutions are no longer trustworthy.

    Successfully growing and competing in today’s global trading environment requires vendor capacity, scalability and availability

    Please visit TradingScreen’s website to explore options.

     
  • Jennifer J 11:43 on August 17, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    TradingScreen's Morning Roundup 

    Key Regulatory Developments:

  • European stocks bounce back
  • Merger may raise healthcare costs

Litigation:

Technology:

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  • Mike T 16:35 on November 26, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    Singapore Exchange Plans to Launch Corporate Bond Trading Platform 

    The Singapore Exchange (SGX) has announced it will be launching the first bond trading platform, SGX Bond Trading, dedicated to Asian corporate bonds by mid-2015.

    The proposed platform will initially trade Asian corporate bonds in Group of Three currencies and later also in Asian currencies, the exchange operator said in a statement. The G3 economies are the U.S., Europe and Japan…

     
  • Mike T 16:28 on November 26, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    SGX to Launch Bond Trading Platform 

    Singapore Exchange (SGX) is to launch a bond trading platform by mid-2015. It will initially trade Asian corporate bonds in G3 currencies, with Asian local currencies to follow.

    To drive this initiative, the first of its kind focused on Asian bonds, SGX has formed a new subsidiary, SGX Bond Trading (SGX BT).

    The development of this platform will be executed in close consultation with the industry, and the platform aims to become an Asian Liquidity Centre for both high-yield and investment-grade corporate bonds…

     
  • Mike T 16:22 on November 26, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    SGX Signs TradingScreen to Launch First Asian Bond Trading Platform 

    The Singapore Exchange (SGX) has announced it will be launching the first bond trading platform, SGX Bond Trading, dedicated to Asian corporate bonds by mid-2015.

    The platform will initially trade Asian corporate bonds in G-3 currencies, with Asian local currencies to follow, Singapore Exchange Ltd. said in a statement.

    SGX has partnered with electronic trading solutions vendor TradingScreen to develop the technology and provide end-to-end automation…

     
  • Mike T 18:15 on November 25, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    The St. Regis Singapore on December 3-5 

    TradingScreen’s award-winning EMS will be showcased at The St. Regis Singapore on December 3-5 for the FIA Asia Derivatives Conference.

     
  • Carmen C 10:34 on June 2, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    TradingScreen’s Monday Morning Briefing 

    Key Regulatory Developments:

    Litigation:

    Technology:

    Thought Leadership:

     
  • Carmen C 09:35 on October 14, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    TradingScreen's Monday Morning Briefing 

     

    Key Regulatory Developments:

    Litigation:

    Technology:

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