Profile of Phil AlbinusContributing Editor
Member Since: 5/8/2014
Blog Posts: 440
Phil Albinus is the former editor-in-chief of Advanced Trading. He has nearly two decades of journalism experience and has been covering financial technology and regulation for nine years. Before joining Advanced Trading, he served as editor of Waters, a monthly trade journal that analyzed the challenges of the CIO for sell side, buy side firms and exchanges. He has moderated countless briefings, webinars and industry panels. He has a Bachelor of Arts in English from the State University of New York at New Paltz and lives with his wife and three children in Ossining, NY. Follow him in Twitter at @philalbinus
Articles by Phil Albinus
posted in December 2010
The fund has been ordered to pay $1.2 million for car-loan investments.
Derwint Capital Markets will use microblog site to predict the market's mood.
The largest exchange company broadens its offerings into risk management
The research library app is aimed at institutional clients.
Users now have access to derivatives analytics.
The latest victim of the Madoff Ponzi scheme just might have been the man's son.
If any US bankers are still licking their wounds from the insults they received since the Crash of 2008, perhaps they should shed a tear for their brothers and sisters in Ireland.
With the release of new indexes, the dual-role investment firm discusses how it stays within the lines.
The tech provider will connect to BM&FBOVESPA's new low-latency framework.
Just because Julian Assange has surrendered to British officials it doesn't mean that the story of WikiLeaks is over. Especially for your buy side firm.
In a new partnership, clients will have access to Bloomberg data and IM's corp actions tools.
AlphaFlash delivers macroeconomic data from China, Japan and Australia
More people out of work + smaller staffs inside banks = a lack of innovation.
The hedge fund told clients it was subject to an FBI raid but focus is on research analyst.
Bank of America's stock dipped three percent yesterday in the wake of news that it might be the focus of a WikiLeaks expose in the months to come.
The third-largest custody bank will cut staff by 5 percent and trim real estate costs.