Leading global investment banks and numerous regional banks rely on us for client analytics and to measure and improve business performance.
We interview more than 10,000 of the most active and influential portfolio managers, traders, analysts, and corporate treasurers each year. As a result we can provide you with 360-degree views of market position, share of wallet, service quality, brand health, and key market trends. Our information is offered at the market or segment level as for individual accounts and can easily be imported into your CRM or other client analytics applications.
Our extensive, proprietary research is coupled with the experience of our market experts who help analyze results and identify action plans. This combination provides you with the information necessary to identify – and confidently act upon - opportunities to grow revenues and improve performance including:
Share of wallet and trading levels
Market trends, trading volumes, product demand, drivers of product demand
Analysis of individual dealers competitive positioning on wallet share and across qualitative performance areas in sales, trading, research and back office capabilities
Extensive coverage of e-trading platforms, online capabilities, e-trading market share, and dynamics relating to executing trades online vs. voice
By mining our historical data on dealer-client relationships, Greenwich Associates found that they are becoming significantly less stable over time and that the relative stability advantage held by the bulge-bracket firms is eroding.
Greenwich Associates takes the temperature of the marketplace regarding important equity market structure regulatory developments including unlisted trading privileges, the Consolidated Audit Trail and the Transaction Fee Pilot.
Although a tumultuous 2018 ended up being an overall positive year for most leading Asian equity brokers, the industry enters 2019 facing profound questions about how changes in regulations and market structure will affect...
An interesting facet of market structure is how flexible markets can be, twisting and turning to conform with the nature of the product, the legal and regulatory environment in which they operate and the scope of the buyers and sellers they’re...
Following the passage of MiFID I, electronic trading in Europe grew 250% from 2007 to 2010. In this research, Greenwich Associates takes a look at the early days of the MiFID II trading transformation by making informed predictions based on the...
The boom in new corporate bond trading platforms is over. Institutional corporate bond investors have voted with their feet, utilizing those tools that work best within the current market structure. We are now in a phase of refinement, where the...