Increasing regulation of electronic trading is heaping pressure on banks to prove best practice
Firms are facing increasing pressures from regulators
to prove they are complying with tough new rules on the
transparency of execution, according to a head at tech firm
A high frequency trading (HFT) act has already come
into force in Germany, and with tougher rules on algorithmic
trading set to be implemented in Mifid II, firms are facing
increased cost pressures to lay out to regulators their
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