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...
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The MiFID II Trading Transformation

Greenwich Report
January 2019 By: Richard Johnson
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...
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Corporate Bond Trading in 2019

Greenwich Report
January 2019 By: Kevin McPartland
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...
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Market structure change over the past decade has been directly or indirectly catalyzed by the credit crisis of 2008. That post-credit crisis era is now over. Here are the Top 9 Market Structure Trends for 2019 from Greenwich Associates.
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Trading in the interdealer and dealer-to-customer markets have been examined seperately for decades, those previously well-defined distinctions are starting to fade.
Regulatory changes and difficult market conditions have made European fixed income a more challenging business for banks.
The new Greenwich Report investigates outsourced trading and the perception of U.S. institutional asset management and hedge fund professionals toward this growing industry. 
Banks from around the world continue to invest in the Asian fixed-income market, despite a lull in trading activity that made it tough to make money in 2018, and with an eye toward the fast-growing Chinese bond market as well as China-based...
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