Integral to Plato Partnership’s vision is academic research – the Market Innovator (MI3). This will produce independent research and analytics, open to peer review, and aimed at seeking out ways in which the Plato community can collaborate to build a better financial ecosystem.
Plato Partnership’s members believe that there has long been a desire to have a mechanism whereby all market participants can collectively address regulatory imperatives, communication flows, or other universal processes that are not competitive differentiators. The economics of tackling those individual issues through a preformed collective will enable Plato Partnership to take serious costs out of the system and earn trust. The members believe that Plato Partnership holds a unique position and through its Market Innovator (MI3), will be able to create a flow of truly compelling proposals.
Plato Partnership welcomes proposals for new academic research which will be reviewed by the MI3 academic group. To submit an idea email us firstname.lastname@example.org
✅NEW 2022 REPORT: Brave New Hybrid World . This report is sponsored by the Plato Partnership and written by Rebecca Healey, Redlap Consulting
✅NEW 2022 REPORT: Drivers and Effects of Stock Market Fragmentation – Insights on SME Stocks. This report is sponsored by the Plato Partnership and written by Jens Lausen, Benjamin Clapham, Peter Gomber and Micha Bender from the Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany.
✅NEW 2022 REPORT: From Fixed to Fluid. Rebecca Healey and Charlotte Decuyper, Redlap Consulting.
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|2021||Optimal Market Access Pricing||Associate Professor Barbara Rindi, Assistant Professor Roberto Ricco and Professor Duane J Seppi.||<Click here>||<Click here>|
|2021||Who benefits from colocation?||Professor Björn Hagströmer, Stockholm Business School.||<Click here>||<Click here>|
|2021||How do you solve a problem like a market outage?||Professor Carole Comerton-Forde, UNSW and Assoc. Professor Zhuo Zhong, Uni of Melbourne||<Click here>||–|
Would RegNMS be beneficial for Europe?
|Professor Carole Comerton-Forde, UNSW||<Click here>||–|
|2021||SME trading – liquidity and market fragmentation||Professor Peter Gomber, Goethe University of Frankfurt||<Click here>||<Click here>|
|2021||Using Machine Learning in Electronic Trading||Professor Fethi Rabhi, UNWS|
Professor Nikolay Mehandjiev, University of Manchester
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|2021||Covid 19 – a Roadmap for Change||Rebecca Healey and Charlotte Decuyper||<Click here>||–|