The most read pieces of the year on Financial Technology Laboratories social media.
A FEW trends emerge from the list of the ten most-read posts of 2017. The theme of artificial intelligence remains top of mind for our readers; predictions for the future of fixed income markets, and technology’s impact on e-trading platforms. There are a few articles that were on the list from our own blog that highlights how to select a bond calculator vendor and AI’s impact on fixed income marketing including our own virtual bond trading skill, BondTrack. The top post, however, is how e-trading is picking up the pace in the corporate bond market.
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- E-trading picks up pace in corporate bond market – Latest research from Greenwich Associates shows electronic trading continues to grow as providers add data and analytics tools to draw in investors.
- Regulators Can’t Keep Up With Wall Street’s Robot Invasion – The technologies revolutionizing Wall Street have left Washington regulators playing a perpetual game of catch up.
- How Does Artificial Intelligence Apply to Fintech? – Artificial Intelligence (AI) is making unending waves, both positive and negative.
- Big data touted as next key to unlock fixed-income trading – Data analytics firms could be one of the prime beneficiaries of poor liquidity in fixed-income markets, as investors look for new tools to help them trade bonds in meaningful size.
- Sebi issues new framework to deepen corporate bond market – Liquidity in secondary market for corporate bonds will be increased by minimal number of ISINs.
- 10 bold predictions about the financial advice industry’s future – InvestmentNews invited its 40 Under 40 winners to a think-tank event in New York in June called “The Future of Our Business by the Future of Our Business,” sponsored by Fidelity Investments.
- Muni-Tech And E-Trading: Opportunities And Considerations For Investors – Perhaps proving the law of unintended consequences, the best-ex rule gave a boost to municipal e-trading platforms.
- Trading places: How automation technology is changing the trading floor – How technology is fundamentally altering the face of trading against an unconventional market backdrop.
- Looking for a bond calculation library? – Qualifying and selecting the right vendor will help to minimize your overhead costs. Check out these important factors to consider before making a decision.
- In pursuit of the virtual bond trading assistant. Amazon provides another tool in the trader’s tool chest that will continue to evolve and grow as the technology matures – just as the computer services that are used today have matured and become ubiquitous.