In 2018, from an asset management firm or long-only institutional investor perspective, the time to await change in the fixed income market has passed; not only has significant change occurred, but it continues to change at a rapid pace.
Willis Bruckermann, GreySpark Partners Analyst Consultant, examines how high- and low-touch trading have changed in the past decade, and some of the implications thereof for the future structure of the flow equities market.
Despite recent signs that global equities market volatility is showing signs of life once again after a period of prolonged slumber, investment bank execution franchises should remain mindful of the long-term imperative to continue to reduce costs at the margins across the whole of the brokerage business.
The percentage of US and European equity trading, covering cash equities and equity derivatives, that takes place electronically has plateaued as a percentage of total market volume. While the high-frequency...Read More
In 1852, Wells, Fargo & Co. was founded by Henry Wells and William Fargo to deliver basic banking services and express delivery of consumer precious goods to the American West....Read More
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