Another jurisdiction has found that high-frequency trading has a mostly neutral or positive impact on market quality.
Can modern investors learn anything from financial history? Leading academics and senior investment professionals look at the past and provide practical information for today. Categories: Market Structure
No one really knows at this point what impact President-elect Trump or the cabinet that he puts together will have on the global economy, capital markets, or financial industry.
Broad-based proposed legislation could bring wide-sweeping reforms to financial market regulation and undo Dodd–Frank and the DOL Fiduciary Rule.
The debate about whether bond market liquidity has deteriorated or not is a popular topic, and CFA Institute members had the chance to give their opinions on the subject.
Ban on payment for order flow positive for the quality of the UK market. Study finds that the proportion of retail trades executing at best quoted prices increased — a win for market integrity.
Improving efficiency and reducing costs of existing systems has become the motivation for adopting blockchain technology, and asset managers should get involved early in the implementation process.
Is shadow banking a way to get SMEs the funding they need? The EU’s policy environment, the conundrum European banks are caught in — these are issues Josina Kamerling discusses in a recent interview.
IEX got approval from the SEC on 17 June to become the 13th registered stock exchange, as of August. Can IEX bring its intended benefits to investors? Will NASDAQ challenge the SEC’s decision?
The new regulation, once agreed on, will aim at harmonizing the rules across Europe and will be directly applicable in all 28 EU Member States.
CFA Institute member survey: The higher the wealth, the less likely investors will be affected by automated financial advice tools.
The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority has released a report that aims to determine if high-frequency traders are anticipating order flow across markets. It finds …
Challenges to cross-border financial services can be overcome with the developments in digitalisation and in the fintech sector. In particular, we believe the financial services industry will increasingly use so-called “robo-advisers.”
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