Alex Frino - Newsroom articles
Greeks warming up for a bank run 17 May 2012
ABC Radio National PM
ABC Radio National's PM program has interviewed Professor of Finance at the University of Sydney Business School, Alex Frino, regarding the signs of an impending run on the banks in Greece, with the European Central Bank deciding to withdraw funding to some underfunded Greek banks.
Eurozone Crisis - Forget Greece, Look at Italy 21 Feb 2012
CNBC Asia has interviewed Professor of Finance and CEO of the Capital Markets Co-operative Research Centre, Alex Frino, about the Europezone Crisis.
Chi-X Looks To Crack Australia 29 Nov 2011
Dow Jones Financial News
Dow Jones newswire has interviewed Professor Alex Frino, Discipline of Finance at the University of Sydney Business School, about new securities market operator Chi-X.
Trading robots are not evil, says professor 21 Jul 2011
Australian Financial Review
AFR.com has interviewed Professor of Finance and CEO of the Capital Markets Co-operative Research Centre, Alex Frino, about high-frequency automated trading technologies.
High frequency trade smooths volatility 11 Jul 2011
Professor Alex Frino of the University of Sydney Business School and head of Capital Markets Research, explains to Philip Stafford his findings that high frequencing trading adds liquidity in the markets at critical moments.
HFT - Dispelling the myths 11 Jul 2011
The Trade News
According to Professor of Finance Alex Frino, the University of Sydney Business School and CEO of the Capital Markets Cooperative Research Centre (CMCRC), evidence from markets globally proves that high-frequency trading (HFT) adds value to securities markets.
Centre brings hope for financial hub dreams 11 Jul 2011
Professor Alex Frino from the University of Sydney Business School's Discipline of Finance and Chief Executive Officer of the Capital Markets Cooperative Research Centre, has obtained a $2m grant for research into high-frequency and algorithmic trading.
The Wall Street Journal
Finance Professor Alex Frino, the University of Sydney Business School and CEO, Capital Markets CRC, interviewed by Dow Jones Newswires' Eva Szalay, about the results of academic research which shows that high-frequency trading firms add liquidity to markets and smooth out volatility.
ASX decision is a hard one to swallow 14 Apr 2011
Australian Financial Review
In a 873-word statement last week, the Treasurer listed his reasons for rejecting the proposed merger between the Australian Stock Exchange and the Singapore exchange.
Outrage as Swan kills of ASX merger 09 Apr 2011
The Weekend Australian has interviewed Professor Alex Frino from the University of Sydney Business School, regarding the merger between the ASX and Singapore.