In The Media

  • A new survey from independent broker ITG of North American institutional investors suggests that most asset managers plan to fully unbundle all their brokers globally.

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  • Markets Media | January 05, 2017

    North American buysiders are now following the lead of their European counterparts and preparing for impending regulations affecting the way institutional traders will pay for research.

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  • The increased regulatory focus on execution costs and transparency means that transaction cost analysis, as well as trading analytics, are becoming a key component of both buy- and sell-side firms’ governance models.

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  • Tabb Forum | December 22, 2016

    As the year draws to a close, volumes typically drop off as traders step away from their desks to spend time with friends and family. Despite the lack of liquidity, ITG Analytics finds that average trading costs in North America are actually lower in the last two weeks of the year relative to overall costs in the fourth quarter.

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  • With trading technologies more sophisticated than ever, buy side traders are entrusting their trading platforms with a wider range of execution objectives. It used to be that algorithms and other forms of automated trading were used for only the most basic order types. Nowadays, if an order is sufficiently within a firm’s risk parameters or representing a negligible portion of ADV, it is likely that at least some part of that process will be delegated to a trading system to determine the implementation strategy.

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