According to Financial Times, high-frequency trading is a relatively new phenomenon that is not well understood among policymakers and regulators and, as a result, no harmonised regulatory standards addressing HFT exist in Europe. In Brussels, particularly in the European parliament, HFT is treated with great suspicion and often assumed to be abusive. Despite the image problem, usage of HFT is growing strongly and growth is likely to accelerate as markets increasingly migrate to automated trading platforms.
Top High Frequency Trading Event
- How Boards of Directors and CXOs Can Address Today’s Information Security Challenges at Cybersecurity Boardroom Workshop 2015
- Michael Lewis is wrong, says Knightmare on Wall Street’s Edgar Perez: Markets are not any more ‘RIGGED’ than before
- High Frequency Trading: Clear and Present Danger?
- Brokerage offers platform for high frequency traders
- RBC: offers explanation for apparent decline in high-frequency trading