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‘At Roundtable’ Algorithmic Trading Articles & Financial Insight

Each issue, the Automated Trader Round Table asks topical questions about algorithmic or automated trading to a group of prominent sellside providers. (To see Automated Trader's definition of the distinction between automated and algorithmic trading, please click here.)

  • Rising to the Cross-Asset Challenge

    REGISTERED VIEWERSHow are automated traders exploiting cross- and multi-asset trading opportunities and how are suppliers supporting increased demand? These topics and more were discussed by our panel at the FIA’s Expo 2007, Chicago.

  • Liquidity sensing and smart order routingLiquidity sensing and smart order routing

    FREE ARTICLERegulation in both the US and Europe is having a significant impact on smart order routing in relation to best execution and venue selection. An important part of the routing process revolves around the sensing of hidden liquidity.

  • New trading system lands Merrill investment

    FREE ARTICLEMar 7 2007 - BATS, an electronics communications network, looks to compete with Nasdaq as more trading moves to electronic platforms.

  • AT Round Table: Pre-trade analytics - expectations and realityAT Round Table: Pre-trade analytics - expectations and reality

    FREE ARTICLEPre-trade analytics have become an integral part of the workflow for algorithmic traders. We asked four major sellside banks for their views on some of the current and emerging themes in analytics. With: - Chris Biscoe, Head of US Ecommerce, Barclays Capital - Mike Duff, executive director, UBS - Andrew Freyre-Sanders, Head of Algorithmic Trading for EMEA and Asia, JP Morgan - Timothy Reilly, Co-Head of Alternative Execution at Citibank, Citigroup Global Equities

  • AT Round Table: Algorithmic Trading - Creating real value for the buysideAT Round Table: Algorithmic Trading - Creating real value for the buyside

    FREE ARTICLEAs algorithmic trading continues to mature, the buyside is becoming more demanding. Providers are now being judged on a more holistic basis than in the past, with an emphasis on their overall ability to add value. AT talks to five prominent sellside banks about some of the possible solutions to these new demands. With: - François Banneville, deputy head of global program trading, Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking - Peter Sheridan, Head of European Algorithmic Trading, Goldman Sachs - Kevin Bourne, Global Head of Execution Services, HSBC - Matt Celebuski, senior managing director in E.A.S.T. division, Bear Stearns - Dave Conner, Head of US electronic Client Solutions Sales, JP Morgan

  • AT Round Table: Multi Asset Algo

    FREE ARTICLEMulti asset execution algorithms have been touted as the next “big thing”. AT asked four major sellside providers for their viewpoint. With: - Tim Wildenberg, Head of Direct Execution Services Europe, UBS - Jeff Wecker, CEO of Townsend Analytics, a subsidiary of Lehman Brothers - Kevin Bourne, Global Head of Execution Services, HSBC - Jarrod Yuster, Head of Global Portfolio and Automated Trading, Merrill Lynch

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