Trading in the interdealer and dealer-to-customer markets have been examined seperately for decades, those previously well-defined distinctions are starting to fade.
The new Greenwich Report investigates outsourced trading and the perception of U.S. institutional asset management and hedge fund professionals toward this growing industry. 
Volatility and slowed business momentum has added uncertainty and introduced an element of downside risk that could push final pay numbers lower if markets remain unsettled.
Greenwich Associates takes a look at the Direct Exchange Feeds and SIPs in this most recent market data research.
Emerging market fixed-income trading volumes are projected to be on the rise in the next year, and a growing share of those trades will be executed electronically.

MiFID II at the Midpoint

Greenwich Report
November 2018 By: William Llamas
Brokers will be earning about 20% less on European equity research as of the end of 2019 as a result of MiFID II—a reduction of about $300 million
This report examines the current state of the fixed-income business, top concerns of both large and middle-market dealers, technology priorities, and the most likely path forward.
Technology has been both the cause and effect of massive change across the capital markets. Whereas technology was once fighting to keep up with the demands of the business, trading desk heads today often struggle to keep up with the latest and...

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