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Research can help BoE keep pace with automation – Salmon

As algorithms continue to make markets faster, regulation will need to be adapted, says BoE director

BoE excutive director for markets, Chris Salmon

The Bank of England’s executive director for markets has said enlisting the help of academics would help the central bank keep pace with the regulation of faster markets.

“There is enormous potential for varied and interesting research in the area of fast markets… and here we need help from the academic community,” Chris Salmon said today (October 6) in a speech assessing the impact of greater automation of trading on financial markets.

In his analysis, Salmon noted the introduction of “new

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