Bloomberg: Greenwich says, “success will be achieved only by managers who select the proper strategy and then beat the competition through consistent, superior execution.”
Finextra: “While it is fair to say that some of this is just semantics that market structure nerds like us love to examine, there are real implications (a.k.a. dollars at stake) for how trades are categorized and counted,” says Kevin McPartland...
Traders: “Further, the winners will be able to offer the broadest access to the most desirable liquidity (as defined by the client) with the most robust service,” Swanson added.
WSJ: “You can’t ignore the importance of this to investors in the electronic trading platforms,” said Kevin McPartland.
S&P Global Market Intelligence: Smaller businesses are switching banks at a higher-than-normal rate, according to a survey from Greenwich Associates.
Global Trade Review: A new white paper, from Coalition Greenwich, a CRISIL company, analyses how the crisis has affected banks and their clients.
Global Trade Review: Bank revenues from trade finance are set to decrease by 8% this year, with returns from cash management services predicted to decline even further at 12%.