MiFID II unbundling highlights costs and opportunities in financial securities research

Implicit pricing will drive a sea change in Data Research unbundling remains a global topic of concern for financial firms as MiFID II implementation nears in January 2018. The unbundling component of MiFID II puts regulations in place to insure that all forms of capital markets research are paid for separate from commission charges thus […]

AI and the emerging technology cycle in financial markets

An article this week brings to the forefront the challenges facing artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning(ML) for the financial markets. Using Paul Tudor Jones’ experience creating a trading black box as one example of the ground yet to cover when applying the use of AI, ML and computers to create greater returns in the […]

Basic Market Research annual pricing set by sell side due to MiFID II

As MiFID II’s deadline approaches rapidly, global buy side and sell side firms race to insure that they are meeting the new regulations before January 2018. Open questions remains as to what degree U.S. based financial firms will be impacted by these new European regulations. This week Bloomberg News in “Wall Street Poised to Get […]

Are you prepared for January 2018 deadline for MiFID II?

As financial firms across the globe race to ready their entire business to meet the new mandates of MiFID II they must focus on implementing systems and solutions to meet the new regulations. Transaction Reporting MiFID investment firms are truly under time pressure to insure that they will meet the regulatory requirement for transaction reporting […]

Research Payment Accounts(RPA), MiFID 2 and Alternate Market Data

5 Key Insights to Research Payment Accounts and MiFID2 With 6 months until MiFID2’s effective date there continues to be a wealth of new information regarding the steps global asset managers and the sell-side can best meet the requirements. In “Another View On the FCA’s Research Unbundling Policies” by Amrish Ganatra via Sanford Bragg at […]

Stay curious in life, business and with data

“The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing.” – Albert Einstein Last month RelateTheNews participated in the Battlefin Discovery Day event for alternate market data providers. The event was held at the Intrepid museum; a rather unique venue for quants, hedge funds, data providers and asset managers to […]

MiFID II Research unbundling impacts beyond the buy-side

“Business models will change as a result of MiFID II. Unbundling of research will be huge, with some US$3 billion of payments for research – 75% of the total annually” – Ollie Cadman   In “MIFID II Will Change the Market in Six Distinct Ways” Mr Cadman presents an informed and insightful view of the changes […]

Aircraft carriers, the financial capitol of the world and alternative market data

Join Us in New York to extend your Alpha Meet us in NYC on June 14, 2017 to learn more about RelateTheNews’s proprietary sentiment analysis of news and text based big-data for the capital markets. From quant hedge funds to leading asset managers, market participants are benefiting from RelateTheNews data to drive alpha and manage risk throughout […]

MiFID2: Beyond Research Unbundling

MiFiD2 will have global impacts With MifiD2 fast approaching and low likelihood that the regulatory changes will be postponed, the impacts on global market participants continue to loom large. Rarely does a week go by that the various issues and changes from MifiD2 are not mentioned in financial industry news. The topic that gains the […]

MIFID II bringing research unbundling and new forms of research to the U.S.

MIFID II’s research unbundling requirements begin to take full effect in 2018 and global asset management firms are responding by standardizing their approach across regions. As these global firms continue to adapt to the ever changing regulatory environment; Greenwich Associates recent report covered by The Trade “found large buy-side firms with a presence in multiple […]