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People: Hunter leaves MarketAxess; Louchard at AXA IM

Nichola Hunter has left MarketAxess as head of its rates business. Hunter joined the firm in 2020 when it acquired government bond marketplace LiquidityEdge,...

Viewpoint: Nichola Hunter – The next big evolution in rates trading

Q&A with Nichola Hunter at MarketAxess. What were the drivers behind the MarketAxess expansion into rates? There were two main drivers. One was to provide, primarily...

European Women in Finance: Nichola Hunter, building fixed income businesses

Shanny Basar talks to Nichola Hunter, head of rates at MarketAxess about leading a start-up, becoming an acquisition target and the growth of electronic...

Rutter launches ambitious new bond ‘ecosystem’, LedgerEdge

David Rutter, founder of US Treasury platform LiquidityEdge and CEO of distributed ledger group R3, has built a team of financial market and technology...

OpenDoor launches all-to-all dark pool for on-the-run US Treasuries

OpenDoor Securities has launched an all-to-all marketplace for on-the-run (OTR) US Treasuries. The anonymous order book will US Treasury venue to offer non-discriminatory pricing in benchmarks...

Traders respond positively to MarketAxess/LiquidityEdge deal

Buy-side traders have responded positively to the announcement that electronic bond market operator, MarketAxess, has agreed to buy LiquidityEdge, the US Treasuries marketplace, noting...

Record volumes reported across platforms

By Vineet Naik. Record trading volumes have been reported across platforms in 2019 despite decreased volatility and challenging market conditions. LiquidityEdge, TradeWeb, and MarketAxess have...

US Treasury market change catalysed by proprietary trading firms

Proprietary trading firms are driving change faster than the interdealer brokers, writes David Wigan. Direct streaming of pricing data is changing the historical client/dealer relationship...

Buy side reports price movement risk in Treasury trading

Automated trading and derivatives are changing the way US Treasuries are traded, exposing the buy side to high-frequency trading strategies. Chris Hall reports. If big...