The hedge fund industry is once again booming. But are fund managers ready for looming regulation? In this video, editor-at-large Ivy Schmerken discusses the issue with Larry Tabb, founder and CEO of advisory firm TABB Group.
In this exclusive video, Larry Tabb, founder and CEO of advisory firm TABB Group, discusses the pressure on Congress to reconcile the two bills in the House and Senate overhauling financial regulation.
In this video clip, Advanced Trading editor-at-large Ivy Schmerken talks with Larry Tabb, founder and CEO of consultancy firm TABB Group about the buy-side's shifting view of U.S. equity market structure since the May 6 flash crash.
Technology executives at the Accelerating Wall Street 2010 conference discuss some of the challenges that exist in today’s low latency trading market and how recent technology developments can address them.
In this video clip, Larry Tabb, founder and CEO of advisory firm TABB Group talks with Advanced Trading editor Cristina McEachern Gibbs about the impact that the SEC's civil fraud charges against Goldman Sachs could have on the financial industry.
In this video clip, Larry Tabb, founder and CEO of TABB Group, talks about how predictive analytics are becoming increasingly popular in the back office, though their use raises significant data and infrastructure challenges.
With bonuses reaching record levels in 2009, Advanced Trading Editor Cristina McEachern Gibbs talks to Tabb Group’s Larry Tabb about where the momentum and the money will be going forward on the Street.
In this video clip, Larry Tabb, CEO and founder of TABB Group, talks with Advanced Trading executive editor Cristina McEachern Gibbs about the potential impact of the Volcker Rule, which aims to ban proprietary trading by banks.
In this video clip, Advanced Trading Executive Editor Cristina McEachern Gibbs talks to Larry Tabb, CEO and founder of TABB Group, about over the counter derivatives and the prospect of electronic trading changing the market landscape.
In this video clip, Larry Tabb, CEO and founder of TABB Group, speaks to WS&T senior editor Melanie Rodier about new FINRA guidelines for brokers on how they should use social networking to communicate with the public.
In this video clip, WS&T senior editor Melanie Rodier speaks to Larry Tabb, CEO and founder of TABB Group, about what new regulations the financial industry can expect in light of recent scandals, as well as the future of the SEC.
The SEC recently debated banning Sponsored, or Naked Access. In this video clip, Larry Tabb, CEO and founder of TABB Group, talks to Advanced Trading Editor-in-Chief Kerry Massaro about the implications of banning this practice.
In this video clip, Wall Street & Technology Senior Editor Melanie Rodier speaks to Eric Noll, Head of Nasdaq Transaction Services, about Nasdaq's drive to make the markets more effective for institutional investors as well as high-frequency users.
TABB Group's latest annual Institutional Equity Trading Report finds that lack of transparency and liquidity fragmentation continue to stir concern in the trading community, says Larry Tabb, CEO and founder of TABB Group.
One financial services discipline that has taken a lot of heat has been risk management. Some experts say the beginnings of the financial crisis were allowed to form because firms didn’t practice risk management correctly.
How did the financial services industry collectively get to where it is today, with politicians making examples of every bonus, and regulators threatening new restrictions on everything from executive pay to flash orders?
Keeping a client informed through good communication seems like one of the most basic things that a financial firm can do to improve customer relationships. But, more often than not, they don’t do a good job with client management.
Senior Editor Melanie Rodier spoke with Larry Tabb, founder and CEO of Tabb Group, and Yvonne Pytlik, managing partner, Global Compliance Risk Management Corp about what processes and technology financial firms can use to thwart insider trading.
What new technologies will we see on the trading desk in the coming year? Larry Tabb, founder of TABB Group, discusses risk management, dark pools and algorithms and their place on the 2010 trading desk.
Capital markets firms will start hiring again and firms could seize the opportunity to make massive technology infrastructure investments in 2010, according to Larry Tabb, founder and CEO of Tabb Group.
The Financial Crisis has dramatically changed the landscape for Corporate Banking, and posed new challenges for corporate Treasurers. Technology innovations are revolutionizing the corporate banking, treasury, and cash management functions.
Martin Wolf, Chief Economics Commentator at the Financial Times, speaks about the current state of the financial industry. Mr. Wolf also talks about his concerns, predictions, and what we can expect in the months to come.
Not only have financial firms been hammered by losses due to risky investments, they are also losing clients to competitors as well. Research shows that firms couldn't have kept their clients by simply providing a few answers - something very....
Wall Street firms have been slow to hire, but there are a couple of skill sets that firms are actively looking to fill. Larry Tabb from Tabb Group discusses the hiring situation in the capital markets.
As Sibos 2009 closes, experts discuss some of the trends at the show, including the future of central clearing, risk management and how new applications can further increase efficiency in financial service.
Banks have combined over the years hoping to find the perfect match of clients, staff, and technology. Too often technology is never integrated. Integrating technology from two companies is no easy task, but cost and operating savings can be enormous
According to the findings in the 2009 Global Payments Report from the Royal Bank of Scotland and Capgemini, the global financial crisis has caused a decline in the overall global payments volume. Also, an IBM and S.W.I.F.T. study finds that risk mana
During the Sibos conference, Dushyant Shahrawat of TowerGroup is looking forward to hearing more about how the Asian economies are faring better than those of the U.S. and Europe, he said at the Camino-TowerGroup reception on the eve of Sibos 2009.
The arrest of programmer Sergey Aleynikov for allegedly stealing 32 megabytes of trading software code from his former employer Goldman Sachs has made front page headlines. Theft of proprietary software has always been a concern of Wall Street firms.
After six strong months in the financial markets, some are saying that financial firms are beginning to spend strategically on technology once again. But is the worst behind the industry? Larry Tabb, founder and CEO of research and advisory ...
There has been a lot of discussion in the media and in the industry about high frequency traders adversely impacting the market and other investors. Larry Tabb, TABB Group CEO weighs in on the pros and cons of high frequency trading, and discusses ..
It's mind-boggling to think about the challenges facing today's capital markets: Increased information and data volumes, continual and growing product complexity, subsecond decision making (on trades as well as risk). Firms have to manage all of this
SEC Chair Mary Schapiro recently testified before Congress revealing a new regulatory framework for the OTC derivatives space. Larry Tabb, founder of TABB Group, offers his perspective on her new framework.
Financial firms are preparing for the cap and trade carbon emissions provisions in the American Clean Energy and Security Act (ACES) by establishing carbon trading desks. Larry Tabb discusses what firms can expect in a carbon cap and trade system.