Wednesday, 18 Feb, 2015

What makes Infront the Nordic specialists? (Infographic)

Infront terminals and trading solutions are widely used within the financial services industry across the Nordics. No other vendor is closer to the real, day-to-day requi...

Wednesday, 11 Feb, 2015

Corporate bonds going electronic: Threats and opportunities for buy-side firms

It’s all change in the corporate bond marketplace: the game is going electronic.

Wednesday, 04 Feb, 2015

Faster click trading tools for pros and day traders

Infront is used as a trading terminal by thousands of finance professionals and day traders around the world. In the latest version of the Infront terminal released toda...

Monday, 19 Jan, 2015

Soft commissions: Stand by for a shake-up

It’s not often that an action by a regulator has a direct impact on the day-to-day activities of market traders (if you discount last week’s surprise action by the Swiss ...

Tuesday, 16 Dec, 2014

How private banking pros can make sure they always have an answer

Today’s branch office is a far cry from the cliché of a remote outpost peopled by sleepy staff with a liking for long lunches. Increasingly, the branch office is home to ...

Thursday, 20 Nov, 2014

How agile tools can help treasury managers wipe a basis point or two from the cost of funding

You’re the unsung heroes of the corporation. The internal mini-banks that make sure the cash needed to keep the wheels of the business turning is safe, liquid and availab...

Monday, 10 Nov, 2014

Five reasons why all finance pros should be using Twitter – Reason #5: Breaking news

My name is Sverre Rørvik Nilsen, but I'm probably better known by my Twitter handle @finansakrobat. I've been navigating the waters of Twitter since 2009 and I've learned...

Tuesday, 04 Nov, 2014

Five reasons why all finance pros should be using Twitter – Reason #4: Unbiased info

My name is Sverre Rørvik Nilsen, but I'm probably better known by my Twitter handle @finansakrobat. I've been navigating the waters of Twitter since 2009 and I've learned...