Numerix: The Electronification of Capital Markets - Not Just for Tier I Institutions

It may have taken 15 years of regulatory reforms (such as the more recent MiFID 2 in Europe) and technological innovations, but “electronification” is now a word firmly entrenched in the lexicon of asset trading. I must say, trading has certainly come a long way since my first-hand experience in the late 90’s with the Open Outcry method on the trading floor of the Futures exchange.

We first witnessed electronic trading with equities, then with FX, and in more recent times have seen success

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