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Corporate Bond E-Trading 3.0: The drivers ahead

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As electronic trading in the corporate bond market increases, those platforms and market participants who intend to be at the cutting edge of the...

Liquidnet: 39% of buy-side firms rethinking use of TCA

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By Flora McFarlane. Traditional transaction cost analysis (TCA) could be a casualty in the shifting landscape of pre- and post-MiFID II regulation, with 39% of...

Liquidnet’s research reveals liquidity conditions improving

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A survey of US and European bond traders has revealed that the liquidity in the fixed income markets is improving. The research, published by the...

ECB warns ‘dark trading’ may cement bond market fragmentation

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A paper by the European Central Bank (ECB), entitled ‘Dark pools in European equity markets: emergence, competition and implications’ has advised firms to be...

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...

Volcker repeal plans challenged

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Ditching the Volcker Rule would have a limited effect on liquidity, but the enthusiasm for change exists. David Wigan writes. The Volcker Rule has been...

Trading Intentions Survey 2017: US Focus

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Firms with US credit desks are checking out Algomi, KCG Bondpoint and Trumid. About the survey: The Trading Intentions Survey is conducted by The DESK, asking...

Advances in corporate bond e-trading: Five lessons learned

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By Constantinos Antoniades, Global Head of Fixed Income at Liquidnet Since early 2015 we have seen a steady acceleration in the migration towards electronic trading...

Asset managers ‘not investment firms’ under MiFID II?

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By Flora McFarlane & Dan Barnes. Several European investment managers have reportedly claimed that they will not be classified as investment firms under the revised...

Regulation : Brokers warned on SI regime missteps : Dan Barnes

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Regulators have expressed concern over banks’ plans for operating systematic internalisers (SIs) under the revised Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II). Dealers have...

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