In The Media

  • Duncan Higgins, head of electronic sales for EMEA at ITG, explained to delegates specialising in research or execution is a good thing as it forces brokers to compete based purely on the quality of execution.

    “The whole market will be steered towards execution quality and I think it’s fantastic. The ability to compete for more business, demonstrate your value and be rewarded for that is good for everyone because suddenly you’re competing based on performance of execution,” he said.

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  • “With the MiFID II trading rules nearing on the horizon, there is a greater focus on block trading,” said Duncan Higgins, Head of Electronic Products for ITG in Europe. “Investors are looking to interact with non-displayed liquidity in a more deliberate way and the conditional orders functionality enables users to access new block liquidity sources while still minimizing their market impact.”

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  • The TRADE speaks with CEO for ITG in EMEA, Rob Boardman, about the recent launch of its algo wheels, the systematic internaliser regime and the challenges ahead of MiFID II.

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  • ITG’s RPA tool “seeks to assist clients with the challenges of MiFID II compliance and reporting, reducing regulatory and administrative burdens and providing payment flexibility.”

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  • Electronic Trading Algos: Three keys to improving electronic trading tools – ITG’s Ben Polidore
    Judging by the sheer number of choices, we are a decade into a bull market for electronic trading algorithms. Market fragmentation and technology improvements have spurred the development of hundreds of new algos, to the point where a trader today can choose between more than 1600 different algo strategies available on their execution management system. Despite the explosion of choice, traders still find the products lacking.

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