Greenwich Research

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Competition Intensifies Among Fixed-Income Dealers in Japan
(Awards White Paper, 3 Pages)

23 February 2015

Yen fixed-income trading volume increased 25% this past year and the aggregate market share of the five largest Japanese dealers now accounts for more than 56%.

Buyer’s Market For Asian Companies Seeking Credit
(Awards White Paper, 5 Pages)

11 February 2015

Competition among a large and diverse group of banks has created a buyer’s market for companies in need of credit and other banking services. 

Cross-Product Capabilities Key for Trading-System Providers
(Greenwich Report, 4 Pages)

10 February 2015

The concept of trading multiple asset classes through a single trading system is alluring, but traders' appetite for the systems shows a disconnect between the model and its practicality.

European Companies Turn to Foreign Banks
(Awards White Paper, 6 Pages)

04 February 2015

Large European companies are turning to foreign banks specializing in specific international markets.

2014 Asian Corporate Banking and Treasury Compensation Report
(Compensation, 21 Pages)

02 February 2015

Total compensation for treasury professionals increased in 2014.

2014 European Corporate Banking and Treasury Compensation Report
(Compensation, 24 Pages)

02 February 2015

Total compensation for treasury professionals increased in 2014.

2014 European Corporate Banking and Treasury Compensation Report - United Kingdom
(Compensation, 18 Pages)

02 February 2015

Total compensation for treasury professionals increased in 2014.

ETFs: Usage Increases Amongst European Institutional Investors
(Greenwich Report, 12 Pages)

26 January 2015

ETFs, a mainstay in European institutional equity portfolios, are quickly gaining traction in fixed income.

Distributor Volumes Up 50% in U.S. Retail Structured Products
(Awards White Paper, 2 Pages)

23 January 2015

While total notional volumesremained relatively flat, volumes among third-party distributors jumped over 50%.

U.S. Corporate Bond Trading: A Multitude of Platforms Give Investors Options
(Greenwich Report, 6 Pages)

22 January 2015

Relationships still matter when trading corporate bonds, but with dealers less willing and able to act as the market's shock absorber, the buy side is looking to new solutions.