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FIXatdl 1.1 has left the working group
Market commentary
Market commentary
25 Mar 2010

FIXatdl 1.1 has left the working group

Stuart Adams, FPL EMEA regional director, FIX Protocol Ltd talks with Finextra about the release of version 1.1 of FIXatdl for algorithmic trading at this month's FPL EMEA Trading Conference.

Morgan Stanley on dark pools and educating the buy-side
Market commentary
Market commentary
25 Mar 2010

Morgan Stanley on dark pools and educating the buy-side

Brian Gallagher, MD and head of Electronic Trading at Morgan Stanley talks with Finextra about how to educate the buy-side on the various forms of liquidity access at this month's FIX Protocol EMEA Trading Conference. Gallagher also says the sell-side should think about the 'end-game' with the buy-side and explain the benefits and the downsides of lit and dark books.

Swift looks to harness digital identity
Market commentary
Market commentary
12 Mar 2010

Swift looks to harness digital identity

Swift's head of innovation, Kosta Peric talks with Finextra about federated digital identities and interoperable identity servers at this month's Digital Money Forum. Swift's bank members look to existing consumer technology to reach out to their corporate clients.

Nomura's not afraid of  dark pools
Market commentary
Market commentary
15 Jan 2010

Nomura's not afraid of dark pools

Nomura's Andrew Bowley talks with Finextra about the relaunch of its NX crossing network as a dark pool, multilateral trading facility. Due to go live on January 25th, and born from the ashes of the Lehman Brothers/Baikal project, the NX MTF dark pool will rely on established liquidity sources.

A new approach to digital identity
Market commentary
Market commentary
03 Dec 2009

A new approach to digital identity

The Global Trust Council is a non-profit organisation working with governments and businesses in a bid to create an international legal framework that will help protect digital identities.

Is there a tipping point for online/mobile banking?
Market commentary
Market commentary
02 Dec 2009

Is there a tipping point for online/mobile banking?

The Future Foundation has conducted research on behalf of mobile technology vendor Monitise. The report claims that 62% of those surveyed in the UK now interact with their bank online. The precentage that now use their mobile phones for banking has risen to 5.6% of those surveyed, up from 4.3% last year.

Social networking and banking: It's one for the adults
Market commentary
Market commentary
25 Nov 2009

Social networking and banking: It's one for the adults

First direct's Natalie Cowen, acting head of brand, sat down with Finextra to talk about the UK bank's recently launched social networking site.

Today payments; tomorrow Worldpay
Market commentary
Market commentary
17 Nov 2009

Today payments; tomorrow Worldpay

Nick Ogden, CEO of Voice Commerce, talks with Finextra about becoming a new PI, post-PSD. Meanwhile, the firm faces 12 to 18 months of "disentangling a large business from a large bank" before they can complete on their bid to buy RBS Worldpay.

Welcome to the machine
Market commentary
Market commentary
12 Nov 2009

Welcome to the machine

Deutsche Bank Research finds a maturing market for P2P lending, as innovations such as automatic bidding shift power from people to computers.

Cambridge boffins crack banks' CAP protocol
Market commentary
Market commentary
11 Nov 2009

Cambridge boffins crack banks' CAP protocol

Steven Murdoch, researcher in the Security Group at the Computer Laboratory of the University of Cambridge, talks with Finextra about the vulnerabilities of the CAP Protocol.

Lehman Brother's IT administration offers up lessons for the broader financial services industry
Market commentary
Market commentary
05 Nov 2009

Lehman Brother's IT administration offers up lessons for the broader financial services industry

Isabelle Jenkins, Financial Services Technology partner at PwC, talks with Finextra about the 'massively complex' IT administration project going on at the former Lehman Brothers and how that project has broader implications for the financial industry at large.

European exchanges who feel they have a 'divine right' to trade domestic stocks are in for a 'shock'.
Market commentary
Market commentary
30 Oct 2009

European exchanges who feel they have a 'divine right' to trade domestic stocks are in for a 'shock'.

Finextra speaks with Steve Grob, director at Fidessa, about the changing state of European exchanges and MTFs.

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