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  • Tuesday, July 16, 2024

Buy-side fights back against primary market pressure

As new platforms promise to increase efficiency in bond issuance, buy-side firms are looking for leverage to drive change, and not only through technology. The US debt ...

Under the skin of new US crossing rules

Crossing trades internally would have saved US investors many millions in March. Dan Barnes reports. US market regulator the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is ...

Wellington: Internal crossing could have saved US$10-15 million

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) sub-committee the Fixed Income Market Structure Advisory Committee (FIMSAC), has unanimously passed a proposal to support ...

One desk for multi-asset low-touch trading

If a single desk can trade all liquid instruments for an asset manager, it could see significant cost and process efficiencies. Lynn Strongin Dodds reports. The ...

On The DESK: Trading and Technology collaborating for the future

Erik Tumasz and Josh Grodin, Wellington Management

Credit : Information overload : Dan Barnes

Dealer axes: Can’t see the wood for the trees A proliferation of axes and inventories are making dealer data hard to consume by trading desks. Dan Barnes reports. The ...