Greenwich Research

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

In Spite of Reduced Trading Volumes, Equity Derivatives Remain Essential Tools
(Greenwich Rankings, 5 Pages)

23 October 2014

Equity derivatives remain essential tools for institutional investors, but the lack of volatility in global markets has reduced trading volumes.

Biggest FX Dealers Amassing Dominant Market Share
(Greenwich Report, 4 Pages)

16 October 2014

FX trading volumes are consolidating in the hands of the world’s biggest FX dealers...

The SEF Landscape: Beyond the Numbers
(Greenwich Report, 8 Pages)

14 October 2014

Although the U.S. swaps market has been radically transformed, market participants are still evaluating trading on swap execution facilities (SEFs) and how they may adapt their derivatives trading operations to comply with new regulation.

Platforms Battle for Share as eTrading Grows for Rates Products
(Greenwich Report, 4 Pages)

02 October 2014

After bottoming out at 31% in the midst of the global financial crisis, the share of overall U.S. Treasury trading volume executed electronically climbed to 48% in 2014.

2014 Canadian Corporate Banking and Treasury
(Compensation, 20 Pages)

02 October 2014

Total compensation increased across most industries when looking at year-on-year average salaries and bonuses, particularly in Industrials and Information Technology. However, some industries, such as Consumer Discretionary and Materials, did not fare as well as others.

2014 U.S. Corporate Banking and Treasury Compensation Report
(Compensation, 35 Pages)

01 October 2014

Total compensation increased across most industries when looking at year-on-year average salaries and bonuses. However, some industries fared better than others.

Changes in U.S. Corporate Bond Market: Evolution, Not Revolution
(Greenwich Report, 8 Pages)

15 September 2014

The evolution of the U.S. corporate bond market is underway, but the revolution is yet to come.

2014 U.K. Institutional Investors - Defined Benefit Pension Funding
(Market Trend, 11 Pages)

15 September 2014

Supported by rising bond yields, funding levels improve, but the gap between corporates and local authorities widens.

2014 U.K. Institutional Investors - Product Demand and Hiring
(Market Trend, 18 Pages)

15 September 2014

Hedge fund use declines as investors switch to multi-asset allocations for their alternatives exposure.

2014 U.K. Institutional Investors - Asset Allocation and Fees
(Market Trend, 13 Pages)

15 September 2014

The secular decline in equity allocations has resumed to the benefit of fixed income and LDI.