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Exchange-traded funds, long the province of small-time investors, are finding increasing acceptance with professionals who are expected to add $300 billion to the products each year by 2020. That’s the finding of research by Greenwich Associates...

In the ongoing battle of big banks versus fintech companies, there will be an ultimate victor: the incumbent. By 2025, leading banks will operate as digital financial superstores that blur the line between technology companies and banks. The...

Me and My Algo

June 13, 2016

More and more FX managers are turning to algorithmic trading to gain control, transparency and efficiency. Although widely used in equity markets, only a few corporates have entered the world of algorithmic trading in their FX hedge programs. But...

New research from Greenwich Associates shows that top-notch persuasion and presentation skills will be more critical than ever for investment managers seeking to build relationships with consultants, who are tightening their control of institutional...

Higher capital costs associated with the derivatives products used by corporate treasuries for hedging are starting to filter through to end-clients, according to research from Greenwich Associates, which found that despite years of stable usage of...

Market participants have expressed confidence that organized trading facilities (OTFs) – the new venue introduced under Mifid II – will deliver increased transparency compared with multilateral trading facilities (MTFs). "Regulators will be...

In zwei Wochen entscheiden die britischen Wähler, ob ihr Land Teil der EU bleibt oder ob es zum Austritt kommt (Brexit).  Aktuell liegen die EU-Befürworter in den Umfragen knapp vorne, doch Beobachter rechnen mit einem engen Rennen am 23....

In the $8.16 trillion corporate debt market—the last big refuge for people who trade over the phone—electronic trading of investment-grade bonds grew 25 percent last year, according to Greenwich Associates. MarketAxess, which is one of the biggest...

In March, a survey of corporate banking relationships by Greenwich Associates put HSBC’s market penetration at 60 per cent, StanChart’s at 50 per cent and Citi’s at 44 per cent. ANZ and DBS followed with 34 and 33 per cent respectively. That gap is...

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