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Get it together: Traders seek primary market harmony

With issuance expected to stay high in 2022, traders appeal for a streamlined approach to primary market interfaces. The level of global bond issuance in 2022 is ...

Will the EC ban electronic bilateral bond trading?

The broadening definition of ‘multilateral’ is at risk of capturing all trading if traders do not speak out. The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) is to ...

On the Desk: Malin Norberg on buy-side trading with a P&L

Norges Bank Investment Management’s almost unique position, managing a fund with a single owner, allows it a very innovative way of trading into the market. What is the ...

Research: Volatility has changed trading protocol choices in 2021

Buy-side trading desks have used markedly different proportions of trading protocols between passive and active portfolios this year compared to 2020. The DESK’s Trading ...

The Agency Broker Hub: When multi-execution means best execution

Umberto Menconi, head of Digital Markets Structures, Market Hub, Intesa Sanpaolo IMI CIB Division In fixed income markets how do different execution models (principal, ...

Delivering a liquid market for NGEU bonds, Angelo Proni, MTS

Q&A with Angelo Proni, Head of New and Domestic Markets, MTS Why is the NGEU initiative important for Europe? On 21 July 2020, EU leaders agreed to the creation of ...

Data: A blank tape

Europe’s consolidated tape proposal is a start, but many details still need to be filled in for its value to be assessed. Lynn Strongin Dodds reports. A consolidated ...

How to gear up for derivatives trading in 2022

Investment managers looking for better access to credit derivatives see next year as an opportunity to test new products. The DESK speaks to David Litchfield, director, ...

Making the impossible, possible

Confidence in pricing data supports entirely new ways of trading through multiple trading protocols. The DESK caught up with Matthew Walters, head of product for ...