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Four trends that shape sell-side evolution

October 25, 2016

Regulatory change is today the single dominating force now driving investments in trading technology, confirmed by recent TABB Group research. More than half of all respondents cited regulatory and compliance complexity as their biggest challenge.

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Global Custody Industry Embracing Technology to Help Clients in Digital Transformation, TABB Group Research Reports

June 20, 2017

Custodian banks are embracing emerging technology like blockchain and big data analytics to help clients in their digital transformation, according to a new TABB Group report “Safekeeping Empowered: Reimagining the US Custody Business.”

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Financial Markets Conference

November 1, 2016

Liquidity is to a market as oil is to machinery – without either, neither will run.  Recognizing its importance, issues concerning liquidity are much in the focus of regulators on both sides of the Atlantic.  Is liquidity adequate for large cap stocks?  What are the liquidity problems facing small and mid-caps, large institutional investors, and other financial instruments? Is special regulation called for?  How can a greater liquidity supply be achieved? These questions will be prominent among the issues that the conference will address.

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November 23, 2016

The CFTC, in its desire to catch up to the rapidly changing market structure, may have bitten off a little more than it could chew with Regulation Automated Trading. Responding to industry concerns, the regulator recently revised the proposal. But the changes don’t go far enough and may expose the industry to added risk, says TABB’s Tom Lehrkinder.

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