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26 January 2015
ETFs, a mainstay in European institutional equity portfolios, are quickly gaining traction in fixed income.
23 January 2015
While total notional volumesremained relatively flat, volumes among third-party distributors jumped over 50%.
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.
21 January 2015
Japan’s large equity brokers are capturing considerable market share with foreign investors active in Japanese equities.
20 January 2015
In a time increasingly defined by the implementation and consequences of new regulations, Deutsche Bank has established itself as the leader in global fixed- income trading market share, while J.P. Morgan and Citi have distinguished themselves by providing the best quality of service to f...
20 January 2015
Since matching the buyer and seller for a bond trade remains principally in the realm of intuition and experience, defining "best execution" can be an elusive endeavor.
12 January 2015
Over the last decade the buy side has expanded the role and capabilities of their trading desks by making significant investments in technology and staff—a challenging trend to continue when budgets are tight.
07 January 2015
Many global banks have pulled out or scaled back their coverage of Asian local currency bonds, leaving these fast growing markets largely in the hands of a few committed
06 January 2015
global banks like HSBC and Standard Chartered Bank and up-and-coming domestic firms.
On the heels of a year with a number of important market structure changes, Greenwich Associates presents the top 15 trends to watch for in 2015.
05 January 2015
With the exception of several senior level job functions, total compensation increased by 3% or more across most job functions.