Nordic institutions adapt to persistently low interest rates by seeking out sources of badly needed return.
Banks are selective about when and to whom they will allocate capital to support trades.
For German institutions the challenge remains clear—generating target investment returns in the ongoing low interest-rate environment.
Asset management companies continue to enter the Asian market to fight for a share of the region’s fast-growing pool of institutional investment assets.
U.S. institutional investors are casting a wide net in their search for liquidity and investment ideas by maintaining relationships with scores of U.S. equity brokers.
Citi and Deutsche Bank top the list of 2015 Greenwich Leaders in Global Foreign Exchange.
Yen fixed-income trading volume increased 25% this past year and the aggregate market share of the five largest Japanese dealers now accounts for more than 56%.
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