Including AFME, AIMA, BVI, EDMA, EFAMA, EVIA, IA, ICMA, and SSDA London, New York, Hong Kong, 7 November 2019: FIX Trading Community, the non-profit, industry-driven standards body at the heart of global financial trading, today announced that the FIX EMEA Trading Conference on 12th March 2020 will be held in association with a number of Trade Associations for the second...
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On October 3rd, FIX Trading Community along with RBC Capital Markets will host the New York Regional Meeting. This evening event provided delegates with a regional update, followed by a panel debate and close with networking drinks. The panel topic was ‘The Growing Impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Financial Services’. “None of us here believe we are anywhere close to...
Earlier this year at the FIX EMEA Trading Conference, Keynote Speaker Verena Ross, Executive Director, ESMA, discussed the fact that ESMA would be reopening the discussion around the need for quality market data and data standards. Since no consolidated tape provider had naturally emerged, ESMA would revisit the subject and if necessary, would look to mandate the provision of a consolidated...