The UK’s financial regulators today (February 12) revealed plans for scrutiny of algorithmic trading, seeking to clarify their expectations for firms using the technique.
The Prudential Regulation Authority put out a consultation paper on governance and risk management requirements for algorithmic trading, while the Financial Conduct Authority published a report on its approach to supervision.
Algorithmic, or algo, trading involves the automatic order initiation, routeing or execution of trade
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