Greenwich Research

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New Regulatory Proposals Could Lead to Radical Changes in European Brokerage Business Model
(Awards White Paper, 3 Pages)

30 October 2014

Although on the surface things seem relatively placid in the European equity industry, with broker commission payments leveling off in 2014 after an extended period of weakness, the European brokerage business could be on the verge of the biggest change in a generation.

Asset Management Compensation: Second Choice No More
(Greenwich Report, 8 Pages)

28 October 2014

After years of playing second fiddle to the sell side as a career option, the asset management industry is emerging as the first choice for many financial professionals.

Across Asia Corporates Use of Trade Finance Increases
(Awards White Paper, 3 Pages)

26 October 2014

Following a period of de-concentration in the competitive landscape of trade finance providers in Asia, the leading providers on average lost a few points of market penetration, as a long tail of local and emerging regional banks picked up relationships.

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 Debt Capital Markets - Canada
(Market Trend, 24 Pages)

02 October 2014

Demand for domestic public bonds fell 4% from last year but demand for USD public bonds feel even more, at 7%.

2014 Debt Capital Markets - United States
(Market Trend, 24 Pages)

02 October 2014

Willingness to provide credit and the overall strength of bank relationship were the primary factors in determining lead mandate for long-term bond offerings.