New Edges: How to Make the Most of Trading Flow Data

Building use cases and driving internal organizational approval are critical to successful data sharing initiatives.  

June 15, 2022 – Data standardization in capital markets has created informational parity, making it difficult for firms to develop trading edges and generate alpha. Data classified as “most sensitive” has been challenging to share but often has the most value. Sharing “most sensitive” data across businesses can unlock alpha, create competitive differentiation, and reduce operational costs or risks.

This Impact Report focuses on areas where trading desks can create competitive differentiation and unlock fresh alpha. It is based on an Aite-Novarica Group qualitative survey—commissioned by LeapYear—of 18 market participants primarily from front-office sell-side desks across asset classes (67%) and from the front office at asset management firms (22%) in the U.S. and EU from September 2021 to December 2021.

This 17-page Impact Report contains one figure. Clients of Aite-Novarica Group’s Capital Markets service can download this report and the corresponding charts.

This report mentions LeapYear.

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