Join TABB Group at Crypto Connect 2019 this September to meet key market participants and hear from TABB’s often-quoted analysts, as we discuss the most pressing issues around crypto asset market structure, regulation, instrument types, data sets and institutional-grade solutions across the full crypto trade life cycle — as well as dive into the blockchain technology underpinning this new asset class.
TABB Publishes US Institutional Equity Trading Broker League Tables for 2019: Morgan Stanley Tops Commissions, Virtu/ITG for Algorithms, Jones Trading for Non-Electronic Blocks
August 8, 2019
Continuing its series of exclusive benchmark research information covering US Institutional Equity Trading for the past 15 years, TABB Group today published its third of six studies aggregating the collective intelligence drawn during the first and second quarters of 2019 from 92 heads of trading at institutional investors on the capabilities and services provided by 70 brokers.
Diminishing Liquidity is Driving US Equities Firms to Invest in Analytics and Automation Technology, Says TABB in First of Six-Part 2019 Annual Benchmark Study
July 22, 2019
While volatility and illiquidity in the U.S. equities markets have created obstacles to low-cost transacting, trading innovations being put in place in 2019 are now making liquidity more efficient and accessible to buy-side firms that continue to invest in technology, according to new research, “IET 2019, Liquidity: Blocks, Algos, Analytics and Impact,” the first of a six-part US equities trading interview-based benchmark study that has been published annually by TABB Group for 15 years.
Europe’s Biggest Buy-Side Firms Continue to Concentrate Equity Order Flow with Top 5 Brokers under MiFID II, Says TABB Group
June 27, 2019
A new TABB Group report, “Opening Pandora’s Box: Exploring MiFID II’s Equities RTS 28 Reports,” analyses the second set of annual “RTS 28” best execution reports that all European investment firms were required to publish by April 30, 2019. These reports refer to trades executed throughout 2018, the first year that MiFID II was in force.
Banks‘ Investment Income Plunges $39B in Trading Slump
December 1, 2019
Larry Tabb, founder of research firm Tabb Group LLC, described Wall Street’s business model as consisting of moving and storage. Moving is the trading side, storage is holding securities as inventory for customers over the short term. Both are threatened. On the moving side, market makers and quantitative trading firms such as Citadel Securities, Jump Trading LLC, and Virtu Financial have elbowed their way into equity markets with new technology and less regulation and have started to turn their sights toward fixed income. Capital rules have limited banks’ ability on the storage front and pushed some of those functions to the buy side. - Daily Stock Dish
XTX Markets overtakes Citadel Securities and Tower Research as largest ELP SI in Europe
November 21, 2019
Systematic internalisers operated by electronic liquidity providers (ELP SIs) in Europe saw record activity October, with XTX Markets taking the top spot as the largest venue.
According to research from TABB Group, which tracks activity of six ELP SIs, notional volume of European ELP SIs reached a record €1.5 billion during the month, beating the previous record set earlier in the year. - The TRADE News