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Traders grapple with bigger syndicates and more issuance

To handle wider syndicates and greater volumes of issuance, traders cannot rely on manual processes. Chris Hall investigates. “There has been no real improvement in...

Greenwich Associates: European fixed income trading becoming more concentrated

Regulatory changes and difficult market conditions have made European fixed income a more challenging business for banks, according to analyst house Greenwich Associates, leading...

Derivatives : Migrating benchmarks : Dan Barnes

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...

Rates : Fully automatic? : Dan Barnes

Market volatility may shift rates back to voice in 2019 If predicted volatility pushes firms towards voice trading next year, rates traders will suffer from...

Securities financing : An integrated approach : Lynn Strongin Dodds

Securities lending comes into its own How buy-side firms are adapting to the margin regime, by Lynn Strongin Dodds. Regulation, including tighter margin legislation, has focused the buy-side mind...

When will T2S harmonise European bond issuance? 

Target 2 for Securities (T2S), the ambitious brainchild of the European Central Bank (ECB) and Eurosystem, has the potential to lower the costs of...

SEC committee signals direction for US credit rules

New fixed income committee sees pushback on structural approach to resolving credit market challenges. David Wigan reports. As European fixed income market participants get their...

Greenwich Associates: Fixed-income future shaky for dealers

By Flora McFarlane. Analyst firm Greenwich Associate’s report on investment banks trading European fixed income, has indicated that the first half of 2017’s buoyancy on...

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...

Why is collateral not under pressure?

The repapering of CSAs may be taking precedent but collateral management is coming back on the agenda. Lynn Strongin Dodds reports. Ever since the European...

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