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TP Icap Adds Two For Matchbook Credit

Just days after confirming its intention to expand further into the e-fixed income and credit market with the purchase of Liquidnet, inter-dealer broker TP Icap has unveiled two appointments to its Matchbook Credit platform. David Everson joins as head of Matchbook Credit EMEA with the task of building out the firm’s portfolio of optimisation products […]

IBA, TradeWeb Investigate Libor Alternative

Tradeweb Markets and ICE Benchmark Administration (IBA) are introducing the daily Tradeweb ICE Constant Maturity Treasury Rates, which have been designed to provide market participants with a daily overview of US Treasury yields for standard maturities and thus potentially becoming another alternative benchmark to Libor. The rates are based on transactions executed and/or quotes provided […]

LSEG and Refinitiv: Deal of the Century or Disaster Waiting to Happen?

Galen Stops gives his take on the five key questions to be asking following the announcement of LSEG’s proposed acquisition of Refinitiv. The news that London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) is set to acquire Refinitiv in a deal worth $27 billion certainly caused a lot of excitement and intrigue within the financial services industry when […]

Thomson Reuters Adds MiFID II Tool

Thomson Reuters is creating a suite of reporting services that will support the workflow of market participants in their efforts to meet post-trade transparency requirements mandated by the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II.
In preparation for the new regulations, the company says it is working closely with over 50 European exchanges and more than 30 additional venues to onboard new MiFID II content to its Elektron Data Platform. It is also providing test data to market participants so that they can prepare their systems for new parameters, such as high-precision time-stamps, in advance of MiFID II deadlines.

?Mapping Out the Plan

?Neill Penney, co-head of trading at Thomson Reuters, talks to Galen Stops about the recent changes in the firm’s FX business and details how it plans to continue developing it in 2017.

There were some significant changes to Thomson Reuters’ FX business in 2016, with one of the most visible being the departure of Phil Weisberg in November, who had headed the FX business at the firm since 2012.

With Weisberg leaving “to pursue opportunities outside the firm”, Thomson Reuters has re-structured its management, introducing a new business unit called Trading.

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