June 12, 2006 Issue Abstract
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Market Structure: Competing Execution Venues Supplant Talk of Market Consolidation Under Exchange Duopoly. Industry analysts who were seeing the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market as an exchange duopoly are already revising their views. Many now forecast a new wave of fragmentation as challengers quickly rise to offer competing trade execution venues.
Industry Alert: Exchange Mergers Highlight ‘Archaic’ Regulations. The stock exchange merger plays that have emerged are now being seen as the most likely tie-ups because of regulatory requirements on both sides of the Atlantic.
Spotlight: David Krell, President and CEO, International Stock Exchange.
Hedge Funds: Advanced Strategies Driving Demand for Robust Tools. Hedge funds, as power investors, are pushing the envelope for advanced analytical tools and modeling capabilities.
Trade Order Management: Fixed-Income, Derivatives Capabilities Are Critical. Fixed-income order management solutions will undergo another leap in capabilities, including integration with TradeWeb and MarketAxess, post-trade support and connectivity to support post-trade messages.
New Product Watch: Keeping Apace of Faster Markets, Regulatory Demands.
Clearance & Settlement: Euroclear Launches Phase One of Its Single Settlement Engine. Euroclear’s launch of its Single Settlement Engine on Euroclear France on May 29 is the first phase of a four-part European markets rollout planned over the course of 2006.
The News Network: UBS Buys ABN AMRO Futures and Options Services Business; London Stock Exchange Adds SIS For Clearing Services; Currenex Seeks Patent for OneOrder Matching Engine; PFPC Launches Rule 22c-2 Compliance Solution For Funds.
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