The SEC’s New Technology Drive – Pass or Fail?February 22, 2013SEC Chairman Elisse Walters has highlighted what the regulator is doing to prevent technology glitches and fraud. Here are some of the top reactions to its new tech drive.
The Start of Another Financial CrisisFebruary 19, 2013It's a deja-vu: the stability of the global markets could soon be under threat due to a looming crisis in the derivatives industry.
Another Trading Floor Bites The DustFebruary 06, 2013Given the sweeping move to electronic trading, a growing number of trading floors are shutting down, although some say certain floors still have a place in today's markets.
6 Most Memorable SEC ChiefsFebruary 01, 2013As critics debate whether President Obama's nominee for the SEC, Mary Jo White, is the right choice, we take a look at some of the past’s most memorable heads of the agency.
Ex-U.S. Attorney White Eyed for Top SEC PostJanuary 22, 2013Mary Jo White, the former U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, is being considered as a candidate to head up the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
ICE Would Weigh Euronext Sale for Right OfferJanuary 11, 2013IntercontinentalExchange would consider selling Euronext as an alternative to floating it if bids for the European stock market emerge during ICE's planned $8.2 billion takeover of NYSE Euronext.
ICE's NYSE Swoop Creates Derivatives GiantDecember 21, 2012IntercontinentalExchange's $8.2 billion takeover of New York Stock Exchange owner NYSE Euronext allows it to tap into a dramatic expansion of demand for clearing financial derivatives expected next year.
IntercontinentalExchange Buys NYSE Euronext for $8 BlnDecember 20, 2012IntercontinentalExchange
agreed an $8 billion deal to buy New York Stock Exchange owner
NYSE Euronext on Thursday, propelling the commodities player
into European financial futures and helping it to take on arch
rival CME Group.
Data Visualization's New ShineDecember 03, 2012In the hunt for alpha, Wall Street firms look for the right data visualization technologies to make sense of petabytes of structured and unstructured data while maintaining regulatory compliance.
NYSE to Test New Plan; Trading Floor Undamaged by StormOctober 30, 2012NYSE Euronext said it plans to
test a new contingency plan to help resume stalled U.S. equity
trading, and added that its famed trading floor is not yet
damaged by Sandy, one of the biggest storms to hit the United