Institutions are making more use of both e-trading and sophisticated tools that help them evaluate execution results—and non-bulge bracket brokers are frequently besting their bigger rivals on this fast-evolving playing field.
Sixty-two percent of U.S. insurance companies are now utilizing exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in their general accounts for reserve and surplus exposures, and among those who have not yet embraced ETFs, 82% expect their organizations will reconsider...
Only 2% of traders said they definitely would execute electronic orders with a broker who only used SIP data in their algos, and nearly 1 in 3 want the SEC to pull the plug on the Consolidated Audit Trail (CAT).
Middle market companies could soon experience changes in how banks view and service them due to banks’ adoption of sophisticated artificial intelligence (AI) systems that rank companies in terms of their potential profitability as clients.
Regulators are batting .500 when it comes to their dual goals with post-crisis reforms in the U.S. interest-rate swaps (IRS) market: making markets safer and encouraging competition in swaps trading and clearing.