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Derivatives : Migrating benchmarks : Dan Barnes

Derivatives : Migrating benchmarks : Dan Barnes

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LIBOR: WHEN TO JUMP ON THE SOFR The transition from the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) to overnight indexed swap rates is moving, but when...
Changing with the times

Changing with the times

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By Paul Reynolds, CEO of Bondcube For a long time I have thought that the bond market shares many dynamics with the grocery industry. Large,...
Industry viewpoint : Tradeweb : Bhas Nalabothula

Industry viewpoint : Tradeweb : Bhas Nalabothula

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HOW CAN TRADERS BUILD OUT THEIR MULTI-ASSET TRADING CAPABILITIES? For buy-side firms to increase low-touch execution capabilities across instruments,new trading protocols are needed. The DESK...
Larger dealers to benefit from bond electronification

Larger dealers to benefit from bond electronification

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By Vineet Naik. Despite market volatility and regulatory pressures, there is stability at the top of the global fixed income market, reports analyst firm Greenwich...
On The Desk: Carl James:  On changing trader culture

On The Desk: Carl James: On changing trader culture

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Moving to a data-led model of trading requires a change in culture across the desk, as Pictet Asset Management’s head of Fixed Income Trading...
Developing liquid, sustainable markets in SOFR and SONIA

Developing liquid, sustainable markets in SOFR and SONIA

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In conversation with Mark Rogerson, executive director, head of interest rate products, EMEA, CME Group Momentum is gathering in the development of alternative reference rates...
Industry viewpoint : MTS : David Parker

Industry viewpoint : MTS : David Parker

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All-to-all trading: the corporate bond market revolution By David Parker, Head of Sales at MTS The promise of an increase in electronic trading in the less...
On The Desk: Jim Switzer: On taking control

On The Desk: Jim Switzer: On taking control

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The AllianceBernstein credit trading desk has been refocused to handle market fragmentation and the withdrawal of dealer liquidity, giving its traders a commanding presence...
MiFID II:  New dealer economics

MiFID II: New dealer economics

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Explicit commission payments and a tabloid-style of attention-grabbing research are on the cards under MiFID II, as it reinvents investment economics in fixed income. No-one...
Demotivated dealers

Demotivated dealers

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By Flora McFarlane. Sell-side bond trading is losing its lustre for traders, according to Greenwich Associates research. Increasing automation and regulatory changes may be the...
Bond e-Trading prices still off; central banks adding to turmoil

Bond e-Trading prices still off; central banks adding to turmoil

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Buy-side traders are still reporting “violent moves” in fixed income. In a liquidity crisis, investors are reliant on their asset managers’ traders to support...
Tradeweb Profile

Tradeweb Profile

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TRADEWEB. A real innovator in the trading protocol space, Tradeweb is constantly vying for the top spot with Bloomberg and MarketAxess. Its pioneering of portfolio trading...