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News & Commentary
Content tagged with Exchanges posted in January 2006
Deja Vu for Bond Exchanges
Commentary  |  1/30/2006  | 
With Archipelago announcing in October that it's going to trade listed corporate bonds on its electronic trading system, electronic bond trading systems providers might be a little nervous.
The Great Migration
News  |  1/30/2006  | 
With all the technology and market-structure changes altering the industry, sell-side traders are finding greener employment pastures on the buy side.
Exchanges Gamble On Multi-Asset Trading
News  |  1/30/2006  | 
For-profit exchanges are expanding into multi-asset trading to make money for their shareholders. But can they pull it off with multiple matching engines?
Will Bottlenecks Break The Options Market?
News  |  1/30/2006  | 
Rising messaging rates threaten to exhaust bandwidth and derail automated trading in the options market.
Reg NMS: Unintended Consequences
News  |  1/30/2006  | 
Every new regulation has unintended consequences, but it's difficult to know what they will be until the regulation is implemented.
Bear Stearns Opens Fixed-Income Agency, Taps First Principle Crew
News  |  1/30/2006  | 
Bear Stearns has launched a fixed-income agency execution service by tapping four executives from First Principle, a now-defunct division of Northeast Securities.
Answer the Question
Commentary  |  1/30/2006  | 
Will regional exchanges be able to compete with Nasdaq and the NYSE?
Toronto Exchange Plans Derivatives Debut
News  |  1/30/2006  | 
U.S. exchanges aren't the only trading venues attempting to build the ultimate exchange
Winning Combination
Commentary  |  1/30/2006  | 
Who Doesn't wish they had a crystal ball? As we enter the new year facing so many uncertainties, Wall Street is taking its best guess as to what the future of the exchanges will be, and everyone is trying to plan accordingly.
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News  |  1/24/2006  | 
While Wall Street lives by the quarterly earnings call, executives are starving for a long-term vision, according to the soon-to-be-released "Financial Markets 2015" report (available April 1) from the IBM Institute for Business Value. Daniel Latimore, executive director, and Suzanne Dence, a senior consultant at the institute, share some of the report's findings with WS&T.
Firms Eye Tech Acquisitions
News  |  1/24/2006  | 
Bolstered by record profits in 2005, the securities industry may see an increase in consolidation activity in 2006, according to Robert Hegarty, managing director in TowerGroup's securities and investments practice. Both smaller financial firms and innovative industry-specific technology providers will be on the menu for many bulge-bracket firms in the coming year, he says.
Raising the Security Bar
News  |  1/24/2006  | 
According to Richard Rzasa, CIO at TD Waterhouse, in 2006, executives in the financial services industry have a decision to make: either tighten their own security, work closely with lawmakers and educate the public to increase online security, or risk having consumers move away from using the Internet for financial transactions and self-service.
Reg NMS: Hurry Up and Wait
News  |  1/24/2006  | 
Currently, financial services companies are scrambling to ready systems and processes for Reg NMS and the NYSE's planned hybrid exchange structure. However, Joe Gawronski, COO at Rosenblatt Securities, says that while it's important to be prepared, don't be surprised if implementation of both Reg NMS and the NYSE's hybrid model are delayed.
Don't Reinvent the Wheel
News  |  1/24/2006  | 
Philippe Bibi, senior managing director and CTO at Boston-based Putnam Investments, plans to focus on adding business value in 2006 (instead of spending a lot of time focused solely on regulatory compliance) by developing technology that can automate derivatives transactions and replacing parts of Putnam's legacy systems with off-the-shelf solutions.
In Their Own Words
News  |  1/24/2006  | 
As the securities and investments industry prepares for the implementation of possibly the most dramatic series of changes we will see in our lifetime -- namely Reg NMS and the NYSE's plan to implement a hybrid exchange model -- no number of editorials or articles seems to be able to do the topics justice. In the following pages, you will find a few more viewpoints and prognostications from five of your peers.
Turning the Tide
News  |  1/24/2006  | 
As ECNs and other alternative trading systems have emerged, fragmentation in the capital markets has increased. But with the acquisitions of Archipelago by the New York Stock Exchange and of the Brut and INET ECNs by Nasdaq, the tide may be turning.
The Buy Side Buys In
News  |  1/24/2006  | 
In 2006, it will be impossible to ignore the enhanced productivity gained from algorithmic trading systems. As the buy side takes control of its own trading processes, automated trading frees up humans to focus on more-complex trading decisions.
Get Yer Red-Hot Derivatives Here!
News  |  1/24/2006  | 
Trading Newsflashes: NYFIX and Trading Technologies Settle Patent Lawsuit, and more
News  |  1/19/2006  | 
NYFIX and Trading Technologies Settle Patent Lawsuit, Creditex Taps Grifonetti, Former Datek Exec, as President, BT Radianz Expands Proximity Solution in Europe, Tradeware Refocuses Model on Global Trading, Nasdaq Gains Exchange Status
Compliance Newsflashes: Philadelphia Stock Exchange Saves Big Money Using Storage Area Network, and more
News  |  1/12/2006  | 
PHLX Cuts Costs Using Brocade Storage Solution, SNL Financial Secures Network with InfoExpress Product, Nedbank of South Africa Chooses Searchspace for AML Compliance
Randich Leaves NASDAQ for Citigroup
News  |  1/9/2006  | 
Steve Randich has resigned his position as NASDAQ's executive vice president operations and technology and CIO to join Citigroup as CIO of corporate and investment banking.
One Regulator to Rule Them All
News  |  1/6/2006  | 
Wall Street's leading regulators, NYSE Regulation and the NASD, are in talks to form a hybrid regulator that will oversee dual member firms.
Excellence in Execution
News  |  1/6/2006  | 
As the buy side takes on more responsibility for executing its own trades, TCA is becoming an integral part of the trading process.
Is EDGAR Headed for XBRL?
News  |  1/6/2006  | 
The SEC is looking to leverage XBRL, which promises easy access to financial data, but industrywide adoption remains a challenge.
Transforming the American Stock Exchange
News  |  1/6/2006  | 
CIO Antoine Shagoury is building a new trading system that will allow the American Stock Exchange to compete under Reg NMS.
Eurex Seeks U.S. Exchange Partner, and more
News  |  1/5/2006  | 
Eurex Seeks U.S. Exchange Partner, RBC Financial Group Deploys Sophis RISQUE

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