FINRA and major exchange companies are alleging that the broker-dealer facilitated the act of layering, a strategy used in high-frequency trading.
Fixnetix becomes part of DXC Technology Company
12 April 2017
With the successful close of the transaction between CSC and the Enterprise Services Division of Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE:HPE) to form DXC Technology Company, Fixnetix (previously part of the CSC company) now becomes part of the DXC Technology Company.
Fixnetix is pleased to announce its sponsorship of the 15th Asia Pacific Trading Summit in Hong-Kong.
DXC Fixnetix confirms that the company will exhibit at the Trading Show Chicago in May 2017. See us at booth 322.
To support our growing business in Japan and to help create greater Fixnetix awareness, we have launched a Japanese version of the Fixnetix web site.
MiFID II rules requiring the time stamping of trades kick in on 3rd January next year (2018) but how do you time stamp trades when several hundred occur in a second, when a trade can be initiated, and either cancelled or confirmed, in nanoseconds? The answer is: the NPL’s atomic clock.
High speed trading rule passed in Japan
19 May 2017
A new law, which will come into force in Japan in early 2018, will require high frequency trading firms to register with Japan’s market regulator, the Financial Services Agency (FSA) and provide evidence of proper risk management systems.
DXC Fixnetix is proud to announce sponsorship of Alternative Investment Management Association (AIMA) Japan Annual Forum to be held on the 8th of June at the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
MiFid II rules force technology solutions
05 June 2017
MiFID II is just over six months away, and companies looking for an efficient way to comply are seeking technologic solutions.
Goldman Sachs launches dark pool
05 June 2017
Goldman Sachs has launched a new private stock trading dark pool venue’ to replace it current dark pool venue.