Often frustrated by the fragmentation of U.S. equity markets, the buy side has always valued dark pools, where they can source unique liquidity or execute larger block trades. This Greenwich Report provides an in-depth analysis of buy-side dark pool...
The biggest conundrum facing both the buy and sell side in light of MiFID II is how to put a value on research.
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.

The Voice of Trading

Greenwich Report
May 2017 By: Richard Johnson
Even as trading has become more electronic and geographically diverse, the role of voice communication remains as important a partof the trading process today as it was all those centuries ago. 
This report examines investors’ and liquidity providers’ use of corporate bonds, credit default swaps, total return swaps, ETFs, and futures, and...
The last 10 years have taught capital market participants that managing reputational risk is and should be as important as managing market or...
European, U.K. and U.S. asset managers no longer have the luxury of time to address the changes necessary to be MiFID II compliant with implementation less than a year away... 
AI is now being utilized in finance, with applications related to fraud detection, credit scoring and robo-advising. To date, most of these are focused on retail rather than institutional applications, but this is rapidly changing...
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