Traders around the world find themselves having to adapt quickly to AI and emerging technologies, the move to automation, and the need to demonstrate best execution.
To understand what this means for the future, Refinitiv teamed up with Greenwich Associates to produce a three-part series called ‘The Future of Trading’.
In our first report, we found broad consensus (78%) that technology has created better and more efficient financial markets. However, opinions vary on what will bring the greatest future impact—and how soon.
AI and machine learning are widely expected to be the most disruptive. Beyond that, perspectives are split: traders are looking for immediate impact from execution management systems (EMS) and from short and longer term investment in trade performance analytics. Across capital markets, though, the focus is firmly on long-term, strategic and defensive cybersecurity and real-time risk management solutions.
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Capital markets professionals overwhelmingly see artificial intelligence as the most potentially disruptive technology in the coming 3–5 years
Some of our key findings from the report found that, over the next 3-5 years:
believe that EMS will have a profound impact on financial markets
view trade performance analytics as the most impactful technology
expect AI/machine learning to be fully integrated into the trading space within 5 years