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Three-quarters of institutional bond investors say that liquidity provided by bond dealers has declined in the past year, according to Greenwich Associates. The research with 51 money managers shows that 61% view the drop-off as a risk to their...

Greenwich Associates Kevin McPartland discusses the search of corporate bond liquidity on "Bloomberg Markets." 

“It’s clear that many small businesses and midsized companies are not satisfied with the service they are getting from their banks,” says Dana Schwaeber, Greenwich Associates consultant.

Andrew McCollum, consultant at Greenwich Associates, says ETF usage usually starts with experimentation and expands as managers learn about their utility.  

“With fewer exchange operators in the world, the more pricing power each one would have,” says Kevin McPartland said. “I don’t think that would necessarily be the case; CME, ICE, Deutsche Bourse would all continue to operate in competition with each...

According to a recent study conducted by Greenwich Associates, nearly 70% of Canadian institutional investors now employ fixed income ETFs, significantly higher than in the United States or Europe.

"The market isn't doing what anyone expects," says Kevin McPartland at Greenwich Associates. "The Fed raised rates and the 10-year Treasury rate declined, and oil prices remain consistently inconsistent, leaving many out on a ledge." 

According to corporate banking and cash management studies by Greenwich Associates in 2015, some 60% of European companies with at least €2 billion in turnover use the bank for corporate banking and 38% for cash management, results that the analysts...


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