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Spotlight-orange-med Innovations In Trading and Technology

With this Spotlight Series, Innovations in Trading and Technology, TabbFORUM is featuring key innovators and innovations that continue to push financial services and capital markets to new frontiers. Whether it's data storage and management, messaging, latency, cloud computing or trading, if it's innovative, you can read about it here. If you have suggestions for articles or would like to submit one, contact editor@tabbforum.com.


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    Righting the FX Market From Within

    The “race to zero” has been a common trend in the equities markets for many years, but more recently speed-based trading strategies have been infiltrating the spot FX market, one of the biggest markets ...
     
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    From Disruption to Revolution: The Tipping Point of Online Direct Consumer Lending

    With the rise of peer-to-peer lending, “financial” and “technology” are coming together perhaps for the first time, says Ron Suber, president of Prosper, the peer to peer lending ...
     
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    Rethinking Fixed Income Markets

    The fixed income markets have to change. With dealers unable – or unwilling – to commit the capital necessary to facilitate the debt market, investors need a new mechanism to trade bonds, explains ...
     
 

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23 May 2014

Crowdfunding: New Asset Class, New Investor Class

Kim Wales, Wales Capital

Crowdfunding is on the rise in today’s re-regulated and democratized global capital markets, and the JOBS Act is proving to be a game-changer for institutional investors. rest of story...

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Goodbye Latency Arbitrage. Hello Cloud 2.0

Jacob Loveless, Lucera

As latency arbitrage strategies lose their luster and we enter an era of asset class experimentation in the search for alpha, a new breed of cloud technology can help financial institutions keep costs low while they find the strategies that work best for them. Continue

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