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We are the robots

We are the robots

Source: BT Radianz

Read the transcript from a BT-hosted panel discussion on developments in advanced automated trading strategies.

The panel, moderated by Chris Church of BT Radianz, featured luminaries from leading global financial institutions, including Andrew Brenner, managing director and head of ISE Stock Exchange, Andy Brown, MD and CTO Credit Suisse, Edward Brown, global head of new business development and prime services at Icap, and James Leman, managing director and head of execution trading for the Americas, HSBC.

The event, held in New York in September, delved into the past, present and future of advanced trading strategies and the implications for technology requirements and the human intervention.

The transcript examines topics including:
  • The commoditisation of algorithmic trading
  • The use of speed as a differentiator for those who invest in technology
  • The future exchange landscape that will support multiple asset classes and trading around the clock
  • The implications of cost reduction on the human element of trading

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