Profile of Greg MacSweeneyEditorial Director
Member Since: 5/8/2014
Blog Posts: 734
Greg MacSweeney is editorial director of InformationWeek Financial Services, whose brands include Wall Street & Technology, Bank Systems & Technology, Advanced Trading, and Insurance & Technology.
Articles by Greg MacSweeney
posted in March 2013
In the HFT game, the number of big-time players seems to be thinning. What can firms do to capture a piece of the shrinking HFT pie?
Edward Hazel of Goldman Sachs, Richard Taggart of State Street Investment Management Services and Susan Cosgrove of DTCC Join Omgeo Board of Managers.
OANDA's newest mobile app responds to demands from mobile traders for functionality that matches or exceeds traditional desktop capabilities.
A new 1 million square foot high-rise data center in an old Verizon switching building at 375 Pearl Street opened this week. Here is a view of some of its features -- in pictures.
At 1 million square feet, Sabey Corp.'s data center at 375 Pearl Street will provide data infrastructure services to New York's growing high-tech sector.
The EU's move to T+2 will force the US markets to a shortened settlement cycle (SSC).
Panelists at ISITC forum discuss the role of social and mobile in the financial enterprise, but lament regulators' lack of guidance.
Whether high-frequency trading is good for investors or bad, one fact that no one disputes is the drastic drop in HFT profits.
ICE's purchase of NYSE Euronext has nothing to do with the equities business, which may be on its way out the door.
Connectivity to GovEx through X_Trader will allow users to trade U.S. Treasury securities.
Senator Elizabeth Warren grills regulators (again) for failing to yank banking charters or criminally prosecute banking executives for their transgressions.
Panelists contend that global financial reporting standards will help banks reduce the tremendous costs of regulatory compliance.
Agreement sees the European Central Bank (ECB) and 18 participating national central banks across Europe roll out Thomson Reuters Eikon financial markets desktop.
After months of back and forth rhetoric and finger pointing, the country has ended up where many thought we would be: sequestration. In any case, the chatter on Twitter seems to be taking it all in stride. Here are some of the more pointed, and amusing, sequester-related Tweets from the community.