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FILS 2018: Advent of AI sees traders reskill, retool

By Chris Hall. Buy-side traders risk redundancy and irrelevance if they do not adapt to the opportunities for automation of fixed-income execution provided by new...

Lead : Best execution : Dan Barnes

The best execution conundrum Market structure, risk trading and the nature of time-limited instruments make reporting of best execution for bonds a challenge. Dan Barnes...

WBR survey: Buy-side pushed towards price-making and ETF use

By Pia Hecher. Following the introduction of the new Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II), which has formalised best execution reporting, two-thirds of heads...

Fixed Income Leaders : The DESK

Fixed Income Leaders – Expectations for 2018 The DESK spoke with members of the advisory panel for FILS Amsterdam to assess the likely agenda. In November 2018,...

Europe’s government bond market hits electronic ceiling

Electronification of rates in Europe could significantly enhance liquidity and boost trading. David Wigan investigates. Electronic trading of European government bonds may face a natural...

Derivatives: Buying the benchmark

By Fred Maple. As ownership of fixed income indexes changes, buy-side traders are cautious of the impact. Fred Maple reports. Three major purchases of fixed income...

On The Desk: Carl James: On changing trader culture

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...

The technology behind price making

Lynn Strongin Dodds canvasses the market to see who is willing to pick up the gauntlet in Europe. If dealers are trading less, they are...

Dealers need to go with the flow

Broker-dealers must become more technologically savvy in the derivatives space if they want to impress buy-side clients. Lynn Strongin Dodds reports. Multi-asset trading is increasingly...

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