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Electronic Trading and Algorithmic Execution

This course provides a detailed investigation of the latest developments in electronic trading and algorithmic execution. We look at Foreign Exchange, Equities, and Fixed Income electronic trading and the impact this is having on market developments today.

The first day of the program begins by understanding the nature of different electronic market places and examines different types of orders. In the afternoon we look into methods for algorithmic execution. Day two focuses on electronic market-making and the market microstructure, examining both the market risks and regulatory challenges.

Day three comprises of a more advanced, in-depth coverage of execution algorithms alongside trading strategies and signals. It examines in detail the evolving structure of the markets as driven by regulation and analyzes ways to achieve and demonstrate best execution.

Practical workshops allow delegates to explore the implementation of execution algorithms as well as methods to benchmark performance and calculate transaction cost metrics.

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  • Date:
  •  9th - 11th December 2019
  • Venue:
  • Manhattan - New York
  • Fee:
  • US$1665 per day

This course is also available in London and Singapore

Who The Course is For

  • Traders, portfolio managers, and execution desks
  • Sales people and client advisors
  • Business analysts and COOs
  • Risk managers
  • Compliance officers and internal audit
  • Quantitative analysts and technologists

Learning Objectives

  • Gain familiarity with the landscape of electronic markets
  • Distinguish between different types of exchanges and order types
  • Learn how to calculate the costs associated with different types of orders in terms of spread and execution certainty
  • Analyze the various methods of algorithmic execution
  • Learn how to design a market-making engine
  • Acquire knowledge of the market microstructure and of how to benefit from this
  • Gain understanding of current regulations with regards to electronic trading
  • Compare execution methods for trading against benchmarks
  • Understand what impact regulations are having on market structure

Prior Knowledge

A basic understanding of capital markets and securities trading.


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