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Corporate treasurers are apparently just as split over the possibility of a Brexit, a report from Greenwich Associates said this week. Analysts found that more than half of CFOs and corporate treasurers consider it somewhat likely that the U.K....

“Hacking a blockchain is generally considered a low risk,” says Richard Johnson, a market structure analyst at Greenwich Associates. “Bitcoin has never been hacked.”

The interest in alternatives — particularly infrastructure — from multiemployer plans reflects broader institutional investor attitudes in Canada. A Greenwich Associates study late last month of Canadian public and corporate pension funds,...

A Greenwich Associates survey of Japanese asset owners showed that while insurers and banks accounted for only 10.4% of a ¥182 trillion pie of externally managed assets in 2015, they've been boosting the outsourced portion of their general account...

Hedge funds almost doubled their use of algorithmic trading in the foreign-exchange market last year, according to Greenwich Associates. Sophisticated investors executed 61 percent of their currency trades via automated computer programs in 2015...

"Institutions are finding new and increasingly strategic applications for ETFs, with 77 percent of them using ETFs to obtain Core Exposures," said Andrew McCullum, a consultant for Greenwich Associates and author of Institutional Investment in ETFs...

Much of the debate in the 52 letters the Treasury received over the past few months from dealers, investors, central banks and academics centered around which activities should get more regulation as the market changes. High-speed trading firms...

In a new report, entitled Move Over, Neighbor: EMS Establishes Residency on the Desktop, 70 percent of the 258 global buyside traders surveyed reported using third-party execution management systems. Also in the survey, 61 percent of the respondents...

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