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Money in Motion: How the Sell Side Can Differentiate and Win Market Share

There is a sizable and growing pool of commissions up for grabs among U.S. equity brokers—potentially as much as $4.4 billion per year.

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Surviving the Blockchain Winter

Greenwich Blog
June 24, 2019 By: Richard Johnson

With Bitcoin topping $11,000 this weekend for the first time since March 2018, the crypto winter is definitely over. The same cannot be said for enterprise blockchain initiatives.

The RFQ market for U.S. Treasuries, pioneered by Tradeweb in 1999, helped traders of the time make the leap onto the screen by making their current workflow more efficient while still knowing their clients. RFQ trading has evolved to allow further...

On any given day in the U.S. corporate bond market, roughly 70% of the trades executed are for 100 bonds or fewer (equivalent to $100,000 or less). Greenwich Associates data shows that the vast majority of these trades—over 90%—are now done on...

When you spend your days living in the world of market structure – as we do here at Greenwich Associates – it can seem as if change happens slowly. While everyone agrees that the current market structure is not perfect, changing it can be difficult...

Volumes in the U.S. Treasury Market

Greenwich Blog
March 4, 2019 By: Kevin McPartland

Volumes in the U.S. Treasury market are up in the first few months of 2019, and as Greenwich Associates data shows, so too is competition among the electronic trading venues. Kevin McPartland had the opportunity to speak with Jill...

The Abyss Looks Into You

Greenwich Blog
February 20, 2019 By: Ken Monahan

The profusion of accessible data, and the advance of computing power and machine learning, have transformed TCA from a check the box exercise meant to satisfy the regulators to something else. TCA has reached a level where it can see beyond the...

Alternative Data in Action: Web-Scraping

Greenwich Blog
January 14, 2019 By: Richard Johnson

In December, Nasdaq announced they intended to acquire Quandl, an alternative data company. The early adopters of alternative data were the most sophisticated quantitative hedge funds who had the expertise and resources to take in the often...

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