Alex Frino - Newsroom articles
Crackdown on banks' dark pools 20 Nov 2012
Australian Financial Review
The Australian Financial Review has interviewed Professor Alex Frino, Discipline of Finance at the University of Sydney Business School, regarding Australia's major investment banks potentially being forced to hold stock exchange licenses under a tough new regime proposed by the government to crack down on secretive trading venues known as dark pools.
HFT: the good, the bad and truly bad 16 Oct 2012
The Australian Financial Review
The Australian Financial Review has interviewed Professor Alex Frino, Business School, who has warned that trying to distinguish between good and bad types of high frequency trading is impossible, and any attempts to regulate such trading would bring unintended consequences.
High Speed Trading Moratorium 20 Sep 2012
ABC News 24
Professor Alex Frino has been interviewed by ABC News 24 about calls for a moratorium on high speed trading.
Dangers and benefits of too much dark liquidity 02 Aug 2012
Fierce Finance IT
Research conducted by Professor Alex Frino, Discipline of Finance at the University of Sydney Business School, has found that if 20 percent of trading moves to dark venues, transaction costs on exchanges will climb nearly one basis point.
Drowning in a dark pool of fees 18 Jul 2012
Professor Alex Frino writes about the effect of "dark pools" - invisible and non-transparent share trading taking place away from the ASX.
Provident collapse puts spotlight on disclosure 05 Jul 2012
ABC News 24
ABC News 24's The Business program has interviewed Professor Alex Frino, University of Sydney Business School, regarding concerns about disclosure after the collapse of Sydney-based mortgage lender and fund manager, Provident Capital.
Dark pool growth 'may harm market' 02 Jul 2012
Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney Morning Herald and The Age have interviewed Professor Alex Frino, University of Sydney Business School, on his research indicating that Australia's share market would be too small to handle the volume of 'dark trading' that occurs in larger markets such as the US, and that if it continued to grow it could severely damage market quality.
Professor Alex Frino, Discipline of Finance at the University of Sydney Business School has been interviewed in Chicago by Fox Business regarding his research which has found that high-frequency trading has benefits for futures markets.
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.