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    Adapting to New Dark Pool Rules

    European regulators are set to finalize rules for regulating dark pools. Rob Boardman, European chief executive of broker ITG, explains to the FT’s Philip Stafford how the market will adapt to the likely ...
     
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    Market Manipulation: Examining the Full Depth of Book

    With regulatory enforcement on the upswing and market confidence bottoming out, how can chief compliance officers ensure their firms don’t cross the line and add to the negative headlines? Firms that look ...
     
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    BattleFin - The Making of a Quant: Mark Angil of RBD Adaptive

    The mental fortitude (as opposed to technical ability) it takes to run a successful quantitative investment program took Mark Angil of RBD Adaptive by surprise. He says trading is at least 50% psychological - this ...
     
 

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SEC Is Steering More Trials to Judges It Appoints

WSJ)($ The SEC is increasingly steering cases to hearings in front of the agency’s appointed administrative judges, who found in its favor in every verdict for 12 months.

20 October 2014

Fed to Banks: Shape Up or Risk Breakup

WSJ)($ Federal Reserve officials sent a warning shot across Wall Street on Monday, telling bank executives they must do more to curb excessive risk-taking and improve employee behavior at their firms or face stiff repercussions, including being broken into smaller pieces.

20 October 2014

Former Pimco Parent Pacific Life Moves Accounts to Janus

Bloomberg Pacific Life Insurance Co., the insurer where Pacific Investment Management Co. was started as a bond unit in 1971, is moving money from Bill Gross’s old firm to Janus Capital.

20 October 2014

Wall Street wants government group on cyber security

FT)($ SIFMA has called for the creation of an inter-agency government group to help co-ordinate cyber security in the face of mounting attacks.

20 October 2014

European asset managers gear up for second act in the US

eFinancial News)($ As one of the world’s largest and wealthiest countries, the US has obvious appeal for European asset managers. What has proved less clear, however, is how the Europeans can become household names able to compete with well-known domestic American managers.

20 October 2014

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