With the implementation of MiFID II just months away, equity brokers and institutional investors in Europe have been holding fast to their “wait-and-see” approach.

RBC Holds Off Hard-Charging Rivals

Greenwich Awards
August 2017 By: Peter Kane
Even as some of its biggest rivals expand their businesses, RBC Capital Markets is widening its lead over the competition in Canadian Fixed Income.
The impressive adoption of e-trading in FX over the past decade stands out not only versus other asset classes, but also because it has developed via natural market demand and not regulatory mandate.

The Fixed-Income Dealer Evolution

Greenwich Report
August 2017 By: Kevin McPartland
Bond dealing desks are different than they once were. Phones are used less, computers more, and compliance requirements are now handled with the highest priority—all while technology budgets and headcounts have been reduced. But as we edge closer to...

Long-Term Investors Embrace FX Algos

Greenwich Report
June 2017 By: Richard Johnson
This new Greenwich Report shows how an increased focus on best execution and the growing use of transaction cost analysis (TCA) are fueling the adoption of algorithms in foreign exchange. 
Change remains the defining characteristic of global currency markets—at least in terms of the battle among banks for market share in FX trading.
Trading corporate bonds is finally getting a little easier and what we are seeing is an adaptation to the current market structure and with that, a smaller but much more efficient buy-side trading desk.
This report examines investors’ and liquidity providers’ use of corporate bonds, credit default swaps, total return swaps, ETFs, and futures, and...
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