Data Recording: It’s Simple, Except That It’s Hard
Historical data analysis is especially crucial for regulatory compliance and best execution requirements; however, it also allows firms to learn from the past and innovate for the future. Without accurate…
FIF Webinar on SEC Market Data Infrastructure Rule
Exegy CIO Scott Parsons will participate in an FIF webinar about the implementation of the SEC Market Data Infrastructure Rule.
SEC Decentralizes SIP Feeds and Revamps Data Requirements
In February of 2020, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC, Commission) proposed a plan to expand the market data made available in the Securities Information Processors (SIP) feeds and to…
Preparing for a Deal or No-Deal Brexit
2020 has already seen record-breaking market data rates due to increased volatility around the COVID-19 pandemic and the uncertainty of the US elections, but the year is not over yet and…
SEC Algo Trading Report Notes Signum
CTO David Taylor to describe at conference how predictive signals help firms compete Exegy is pleased to share a recently released report from the SEC on the risks and benefits…
The Consolidated Audit Trail : What Firms Need to Know
As the impact of the Consolidated Audit Trail begins to reverberate through the industry, firms must make plans to ensure their compliance.
How Hong Kong’s Stamp Duty Impacts Trading on HKEX
Hong Kong levies a 0.2% stamp duty on all share transfers, split between buyer and seller. Firms trading on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange must plan for it.
FINRA CAT LLC Selects Exegy Data Capture Services
Exegy has been chosen by FINRA CAT LLC as the provider of historical market data for the Consolidated Audit Trail (CAT).
The Guide to the Consolidated Audit Trail (CAT)
While the Consolidated Audit Trail (CAT)’s data collection requirements are challenging, the data will also help firms perform more thorough trade analysis.
Checklist for Ensuring Best Execution with Trade Analysis
While often completed for separate goals, the analysis used for trading strategy refinements and trading compliance are not dissimilar.