Coping with Institutional Order Flow

  • Robert A. Schwartz
  • John Aidan Byrne
  • Antoinette Colaninno

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xv
  2. Lin Peng, Asani Sarkar, Robert Schwartz, Wayne Wagner, Avner Wolf
    Pages 1-40
  3. Charles Trzcinka, Andrew Brooks, Peter Jenkins, George Sofianos
    Pages 41-57
  4. Robert Schwartz, Michael Cormack, Ian Domowitz, Fred Federspiel, Reto Francioni, Doreen Mogavero et al.
    Pages 59-83
  5. Holly Stark, Matthew Andresen, Paul Bennett, Michael Edleson, Alfred Eskandar, William O’Brien et al.
    Pages 85-110
  6. Richard Ketchum
    Pages 111-123
  7. Benn Steil, Theodore Aronson, David Colker, Michel Finzi, Lawrence Harris, Bernard Madoff et al.
    Pages 125-145
  8. Robert McSweeney
    Pages 147-156
  9. Robert Schwartz, Robert A. Wood
    Pages 157-180
  10. Back Matter
    Pages 181-200

About this book


Handling the large orders of institutional participants presents some of the most complex problems for system design. How well are our current systems operating, and how effective are new facilities on the scene? To what extent is market quality impaired for all participants when institutional trading costs are not properly contained? Can institutional order flow be efficiently integrated with the orders of retail customers, or are separate facilities needed? What are the impediments to market structure change, and how might they best be overcome? These are some of the questions addressed, and in so doing, Coping With Institutional Order Flow considers major ways in which to improve the efficiency of our equity markets.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Robert A. Schwartz
    • 1
  • John Aidan Byrne
    • 2
  • Antoinette Colaninno
    • 1
  1. 1.Zicklin School of BusinessBaruch College, CUNYUSA
  2. 2.Traders MagazineUSA

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