Greenwich Research

Greenwich Associates issues more than 450 research reports per year. Access them and learn more about our research process here.

U.S. Equity Derivatives: Electronic Trading a Tough Sell for Investors
(Greenwich Report, 4 Pages)

16 December 2014

While U.S. equity derivatives clients are directing more flow through electronic channels, the market lags the broader derivatives market.

Leading Asian Equity Brokers Stabilizing Market Share
(Awards White Paper, 3 Pages)

15 December 2014

Bank of America Merrill Lynch and CLSA Asia-Pacific Markets are the top brokers in Asian equity trading for 2014.

Corporate Treasurers Focus on Cyber Security
(Market Trend, 14 Pages)

10 December 2014

Treasury departments at large U.S. companies rank IT security as their top priority for 2015.

European Trade Finance: Global Banks Dominate While Corporates Tap Specialists for Expertise
(Awards White Paper, 3 Pages)

09 December 2014

BNP Paribas, Deutsche Bank and HSBC are used as a provider by nearly 30% of large European corporates that employ trade finance services.

U.S. Companies Bullish About Business Prospects and Willing to Change Their Banking Providers
(Greenwich Report, 3 Pages)

01 December 2014

U.S. small businesses and mid-sized companies are cutting ties with existing banks for new providers offering better pricing, capabilities and service.

European Equities Under Attack From All Angles
(Greenwich Report, 5 Pages)

24 November 2014

The commission pool for European equities remains challenged while electronic trading continues to grow.

Big Four Dominate Investment Banking in Canada
(Awards White Paper, 3 Pages)

19 November 2014

Canada’s biggest banks retained their tight grip on the mergers & acquisitions, equity capital markets and debt capital markets business of the country’s larger companies as of mid-year 2014.

U.S. Trade Finance Concentrated With Top 5 Banks
(Awards White Paper, 2 Pages)

19 November 2014

Approximately 35% of large U.S. companies do business with Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Citi and J.P. Morgan.

Real Assets: An Increasingly Central Role in Institutional Portfolios
(Greenwich Report, 12 Pages)

10 November 2014

Real assets are playing an increasingly important role in the investment strategies of U.S. institutions as they look to diversify their portfolios and secure new sources of hard-to-achieve returns.

European Fixed-Income Dealers Narrow Coverage Scope
(Awards White Paper, 3 Pages)

05 November 2014

In this fast-changing environment, Barclays continues to lead the European fixed- income market with a market share of 11.9% of institutional trading volume.