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Gary Clink is an experienced OpenEdge Consultant and pre-sales Engineer working for Progress Software from their UK office. Gary joined Progress in 1999 having previously worked for a Direct End-User (DEU) in the Petrochemicals industry and also for an OpenEdge Application Partner (AP) working in the...
According to the FT, the Financial Industry Regulatory Association
is undertaking a “sweep” of broker-dealers that offer direct market access to
high-frequency traders to find out if they have pre-trade risk management
controls in place for their algorithmic customers. (Read the full story here:...
I just posted a blog entry on how changes in capital markets regulations may lead to out of work traders joining hedge funds. It may be a culture shock without the big bank budgets - but advanced trading technology is not out of...
Looking for all the world like someone yelled
"fire" in a crowded nightclub, prop and quant traders are stampeding
out of investment banks and headed for the hedge fund world. Some, mainly the
prop traders, are being pushed gently out the door as banks prepare for the
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