Forbes: And perhaps most dramatically, data collected by Greenwich Associates reveals that 60% of institutional funds and insurance companies expect to have more than 50% of their assets managed with ESG criteria within five years.
WSJ: Electronic platforms allowed regional brokers and algorithmic traders like Jane Street to compete with Wall Street, and 26% of investment-grade corporate bonds traded electronically last year compared with 10% a decade ago, according to...
Euromoney: While all the top three players by global fixed income trading market share are US banks, Barclays ranks fourth, ahead of joint fifth Morgan Stanley and Bank of America, according to Greenwich Associates.
Best Review: A panel of experts from iShares and Greenwich Associates discussed four trends that will fuel future ETF growth and how these might transform insurance general accounting portfolios.
WSJ: Greenwich Associates estimates that corporate access was worth $900 million to banks last year, about 12% of their total equities revenues.
Outlook Money: In an interview to Outlook Money, Gaurav Arora revealed that bank merger and advent of technology into the sector will increase efficiency manifold thereby benefitting the customers.
Business Insider: MarketAxess is the largest electronic venue for US corporate bonds, handling roughly 85% of all electronic volume, according to research from Greenwich Associates.
Reuters: “Markets are waiting for cues from important domestic triggers such as upcoming budget, where expectations are high for a pro-growth agenda, but also from some of the global events – crude prices due to tensions in Middle East and G-20...