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 September 2012
The Canton, Mass. fund administrator will add 40 clients to SS&C.
One of the Advanced Trading Top Quant Schools will integrate Numerix software into its Undergraduate-Finance Program.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch's Dan Nachtman describes the firm's testing procedure for a new algorithm.
In light of the Knight Capital disaster, buy-side traders have to ask if their broker algorithms are safe -- before they blow up the market.
The co-chief of Sun Capital not only hosted the Mitt Romney fundraiser where the candidate lambasted the 47% of Americans who do not pay taxes, he inspires headlines like "Nude Frolic in Tycoon's Pool."
You couldn't ask for a better example in the Knight Capital debacle of how quickly today's fast markets can claim a victim. Will this be the last of the rogue algorithms to hit the markets?
What happens after a broker-dealer or sell-side firm's algo goes rogue? To find out who owns the risk, Advanced Trading spoke with Michael E. Kurzrok, director of equities for the market research firm Woodbine Associates.
After Knight Capital's newest algorithm went rogue, buy side traders have to wonder about the safety and due diligence around their third-party algorithms. Advanced Trading interviewed a broker-dealer - anonymously, of course - on how traders can trust the safety of their trading formulas.
The newly created role combines sales, product, marketing and operations functions.
The exchange will offer market data clients access to the FlexEdge Predictive Analytics Solution.
Is this the same Wall Street that moved heaven and Earth to get back to work and trade another day?
The owner of the Dallas Mavericks doesn’t doubt that another Flash Crash will happen - and he's hedging his portfolio for that moment.
Summer is over and it's time to get serious, especially on Wall Street and in Washington, D.C. This week we hear from luminaries in the financial services arena who touch on fraud, regulation and how to keep a large global investment firm from imploding. We also hear about whether an organization that represents banks in America will get involved in buying -- or rather, influencing -- politicians. As the saying goes, money goes to money.