SS&C Shoots for STP With XE Platform
SS&C Technologies has released a new platform that enables real-time linking between its Antares and CAMRA 2000 front- and back-office portfolio management systems.
CBOE Puts Demutualization on Backburner
While it continues to work diligently to build an electronic trading system, the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) is taking a wait-and-see approach toward demutualization.
J.P. Morgan's CIO Leaves IT Helm
In step with the technology investment boom, Peter Miller, J.P. Morgan's chief information officer, has left the prestigious IT job to take on a new role that catapults him into the revenue-producing side of the business.
U.S. Online Brokers Think Global, Act Local
The top U.S. online brokerage firms are crossing the Atlantic to invade Europe while positioning their Web-sites for the Big Bang in Japan and the expected surge in Internet usage.
Crossing Networks Oust the Middleman in Europe
Three crossing networks have sprung up on the European continent allowing buy side fund managers to trade directly with each other. Two are owned by a consortium of financial institutions, signaling a trend toward for-profit trading systems.
A Degree in Electronic Trading?
Market Wise Stock Trading School is co-developing with McGraw Hill an online home study course that will teach non-professionals the basics of direct access execution.
On-site vs. the Internet
Are Internet traders equipped with cable modems disadvantaged when it comes to trading speed, access to market data, news services and online executions?