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    Wall Street High-Speed Arms Race No-Win Situation: Saluzzi

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    One year after the release of “Flash Boys,” author Michael Lewis continues to challenge high-frequency trading and front running. Speaking on “Bloomberg Surveillance,” he says ...
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    Forbes Media Chairman and Editor-in-Chief Steve Forbes discusses Wall Street and high-frequency trading. Speaking on “Bloomberg Surveillance,” he acknowledges the value HFT brings to the market ...

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There is a pervasive notion today that harnessing the value of big data analytics delivers significant competitive advantages. TABB Group believes that this intuition is accurate; however, bridging concept to reality is an entirely different story. Consuming big data – in order to derive increasingly valuable analytics – is the primary challenge. Some of the latest solutions notwithstanding, most tools were never designed to meet current performance requirements and growing workloads, which are only going to become perpetually more challenging. Join TABB Group for this exclusive webinar as we examine how the aggregation and analysis of current datasets is beyond the capabilities of existing infrastructure; how the rapid pace of data growth quickly converts competitive advantages into competitive deficits, and the strategies and solutions forward-thinking market participants can implement today to swim with the tides of the big data economy.


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Oasis in the Desert: Collateral Management in a Funding-Constrained World This webinar will examine how market conditions and regulatory complexity have combined to make efficient management of collateral a critical component in a wider process of controlling trading costs. The panelists will discuss the impact of evolving sell-side business models on collateral strategies and the evolution of front-office decision-making given the increase in the use of collateral agreements overall. Topics to be covered in this webinar include: The impact of regulation and central clearing on the funding landscape and collateral decision making. How the front-office workflow has evolved and adapted to the increase in collateral-based trades. The inherent benefits of collateral analytics and optimization as an additional strategy. The increased emphasis for financial institutions on controlling costs through primary collateral management.


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Intensifying regulatory requirements are forcing financial institutions to streamline legacy and siloed applications, standardize and normalize data more effectively, and ensure the seamless integration and sharing of information across “componentized platforms.” Unfortunately, the majority of financial institutions simply do not have the systems or control mechanisms necessary to enable consistent data flows across myriad processes and workflows. Firms need to share data across a wide range of platforms and functions if they hope to compete in today’s alpha-constrained marketplace. Join TABB Group & Misys for this exclusive webinar as we examine the specific pain points and the new solutions to help drive alpha with existing fragmented IT infrastructure. A panel of specialists will discuss:   Examples of key pain points faced by typical financial institutions struggling with transparency New web-inspired architectures that tackle IT fragmentation dynamics


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The tick-size pilot, regulatory scrutiny of high-frequency strategies, and demands for audit trails and greater transparency are reshaping the equity trading landscape. Even if nothing actually changes, the perception that the market is fair surely is tarnished, setting in motion a regulatory overhaul. But will new rules change the game for better or for worse? Will investors be helped or harmed? Hear from industry experts how new rules will impact market structure, liquidity, cost, transparency, enforcement, and how professionals trade.

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