BNP Paribas strengthened its already market-leading position in European corporate banking last year by adding new clients in cash management.
Small and regional banks dominate the 2015 Greenwich Excellence Awards for Satisfaction and Quality.
In volatile markets, client service can be the make-or-break factor for investment management firms when it comes to winning—or losing—customers and assets.
U.K.-based partnership Baillie Gifford and U.S. liability-driven investment (LDI) specialist NISA Investment Advisors are the Greenwich Associates 2015 Quality Leaders in U.S. Institutional Investment Management Service.
Total notional volumes for retail structured products distributed by U.S. firms remain at over $54 billion annually.
A dearth of client trading activity in Japanese government bonds has triggered a push by the country’s largest domestic fixed-income dealers into non-yen products, particularly non-yen government bonds.
Nomura Securities dominates both cash equity trading and research/advisory services.
The competitive positioning of Europe’s leading fixed-income dealers is increasingly defined by regulations and banks’ strategic responses to new rules that have altered the economics of the business.
Brokers globally are battling for potentially lucrative trading business in options & volatility products, equity swaps, equity futures, and convertibles compete on the basis of pricing, willingness to commit capital to trades, their own...
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