11.20.2012
By Terry Flanagan

Twitter Poll: 2013 Market Structure

Regulatory arbitrage. avoid trans tax, HFT restricts.

— Diane Saucier (@ChicagoDiane)

2013: Likely to see acceleration in use of central clearing as cross margin benefits vs bilateral costs impact mkt players

— Philippe Carré (@PhilippeSunGard )

Faster, easier and less manual trading connectivity between counterparties through standards and tools.

— FixSpec (@FixSpec )

Biggest trend 2013: Dealers will become agents, agents will become marketplaces, end-users will become liquidity providers.

— Will Rhode (@willrhode )

2013: Likely to see acceleration in use of central clearing as cross margin benefits vs bilateral costs impact mkt players

— Marcus Cree FRM (@MarcusCreeRisk )

Thinning volumes in a fragmented market translates to increased use of algos in the hunt for liquidity and alpha, institutional & quants too

— Louis Lovas (@LouisLovas )

Biggest 2013 trend will be exch/data centre consolidation & swap futures taking off as OTC market moves to it

— Carl Weir (@MFDVbrokers )

Key issue for 2013: We’re calling for a *holistic* review of market-structure developments

— (NYX) NYSE Euronext (‏@NYSEEuronext)

Futurization of swaps, more adoption of cloud-based technologies, continued focus on compliance/regulatory issues, HFT debates

— Elise Fleischaker (‏@EFlei )

compliance/regulation in the driving seat increasing costs and pushing off-exchange trading into the light

— J Llewellyn-Jones (@JustinLJFidessa )

#Emergingmarkets, agility, adaption to regulatory changes and speed to market

— Perseus Telecom ( ‏@PerseusTelecom )

Regulatory impacts on market structure will prompt greater #transparency and need for an #accounting book of record

— SimCorp (‏@SimCorp )

Less fragmentation. More venues consolidate

— Mike Wilkins (@ilkandcookies )

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