The so-called digitalisation of the capital markets arena – in which an increasingly larger number of previously manual processes within investment banks gradually become automated – is an on-going process that traces its roots to the late 1980s, when e-trading was originally pioneered.
In 2015, the structure of the FX market for spot liquidity is approaching a tipping point. This tipping point is emerging because of increasing levels of similarity between the characteristics...Read More
A new report from GreySpark Partners, a global capital markets consulting firm, titled Rebooting the Corporate Bonds Market examines how an unprecedented wave of innovation is reshaping the market structure of corporate bonds trading.
A new report from GreySpark Partners, a London-based capital markets consultancy, has found that buyside firms are increasingly accessing spot FX liquidity by trading with other buyside firms within trading venues that were previously considered bank-only platforms. The report, Trends in FX Trading 2014, shows how recent growth in the level of e-trading in the flow FX space is leading to the creation of new, all-to-all (A2A) market structures that could one day spread into other instrument classes like FX options and non-deliverable forwards
There is plenty of analysis and commentary on how capital markets regulations are altering the market structure of a number of different asset classes, affecting the ability of buyside firms,...Read More
The GreySpark report, Trends in Fixed Income Trading 2014, highlights that e-trading technology can provide new ways for banks to maximise the efficiency of their dealing activities as part of a broader effort across the industry to move from a principal model of trading to an agency, broking-centric trading model. The report explores the different ways in which banks are increasingly adopting new, innovative business models for fixed income dealing in 2014.
Safety in Numbers was first published by Best Execution magazine in Spring 2014. Authors: Asif Abdullah, Jon Batty, Saoirse Kennedy, Anna Pajor, Frederic Ponzo The approach taken to address low-latency...Read More
New capital markets regulations in Australia, the EU, US and in some Asian countries mandate reforms to the trading of OTC derivatives and the structure of markets for the products....Read More