As the world emerges from the shock of the Covid-19 pandemic, and begins to settle into a new normalcy, financial institutions, their service providers and their regulators are starting to look ahead to the future of the trading world. What awaits us in this brave new world? What permanent changes have we seen? Will our new working practices become a permanent fixture, and how will technology and regulation adapt to better support them? And how are the ways in which we communicate and trade with each other, and consume data and services, evolving as new technology paradigms emerge?
The paper examines a number of questions and issues including:
- What permanent changes have we seen post-pandemic?
- How are the ways in which traders communicate with each other and consume data and services evolving as new technology paradigms emerge?
- Impact of Regulation
- Electronification of Markets
- Tech Environment of the Future and the Subscription Economy