Fiserv, Inc. (NASDAQ: FISV), a leading global provider of financial services technology solutions, will open the Nasdaq Stock Market today to mark the company’s 30th anniversary as a publicly traded company.
Budapest Bank, a leading payment cards issuer in the Hungarian market, has selected SIA, a company specializing in the management of electronic payments, to create and implement a new payment cards management system.
Trend Micro Incorporated (TYO: 4704; TSE: 4704), a global leader in security software, today announced the launch of the Trend Micro Worry-Free Services plug-in for LabTech, a remote monitoring and management solution developed by ConnectWise. Available free of charge to new and existing Trend Micro MSP Partners through the LabTech Solution Center on September 21, customers will now be able to run their businesses with remote management and monitoring (RMM) and professional services automation (PSA), integrated from the same vendor.
ATMonitor talks with Christer Wennerberg, Head of Market Structure at Itiviti. Wennerberg discusses the main differences between equities and derivatives markets in regards to regulation, fragmentation and the implementation of MiFID II.
ATMonitor talks with Johannes Frey-Skött, Principle Software Engineer at Itiviti. Frey-Skött discusses the implementation and components of a complete MAR solution.
ATMonitor talks with Chris Anderson, Senior Product Manager at Itiviti. Anderson discusses what sets Tbricks apart from other trading solutions, as well as current trends within the market and the challenges faced by clients.
Now in its fourth year running, The TRADE magazine in conjunction with ATMonitor, is once again running its industry leading survey of Execution Management Systems for 2016. If you are trading electronically, we invite you to comment on your use of execution management systems, which features you consider important and how you rate their current capabilities. All submissions are reported in aggregated and anonymous format. Please rate your EMS vendors by completing the online questionnaire available hereread more
This paper looks at the ways in which high and low touch trading are adapting to meet the realities of trading in capital markets today. It outlines why the either/or approach of low and high touch is simply too crude a reflection of the requirements of the buy-side today and argues that what is needed instead is a more nuanced, converged approach that leverages technology where it is common to both and yet still empowers the different activities required.read more