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Use it or Lose it

15 April 2011  |  2863 views  |  3  |  Recommends 0

A recent article in the Evening Standard highlighted Terry Smith, Chief Executive of Tullett Prebon concerns about the Financial Services Industry's ability to provide investors with protection and value for their investments. Smith focused particularly on share buy-backs, this is where a company uses its capital to buy back its shares. This has ...

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Regulators dereliction of duty

13 April 2011  |  3709 views  |  3  |  Recommends 0

Now it's just dandy that the FSA does not see a role in regulating Algo trading! Surely this is a dereliction of duty of the first order! The financial services industry is highly technical relying on new developments and innovation to produce increased revenue. The business of Algo trading is a fundamental factor in today's securities markets an...

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Is Orwellian Social Media here?

08 April 2011  |  3667 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

At the excellent Finextra Social Media Day yesterday, panellists representing ‘The Corporates' were discussing the consumer/client benefits of social media and this quickly turned into a marketing and...

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Social Networks and the Regulators

07 April 2011  |  3454 views  |  2  |  Recommends 0

Actiance's Sarah Carter gave a fascinating presentation at the Finextra Social Media Day, which clearly resonated with the audience, when she got into the very thorny topic of regulatory compliance. ...

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