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Santiago Braje joins PGGM

Industry veteran Santiago Braje has joined PGGM as senior investment manager, focusing on emerging markets debt. In a statement the firm said, “He brings a...

FILS 2021: Macros pressures not shaking bond investor confidence

Investors remain optimistic on debt markets despite the possibility of higher inflation, Fed tapering and disruption from structural changes in China according to discussions...

Bloomberg introduces new fixed income pre-trade TCA model

Bloomberg has launched a new pre-trade transaction cost analysis (TCA) model that helps market participants to assess trade cost, daily executable volume, and probability...

PGGM joins Glimpse Markets

Dutch asset manager PGGM has joined buy-side bond data sharing platform Glimpse Markets. “I’m delighted to welcome PGGM to the Glimpse data sharing network...

Repo market stress prompts calls for central bank support

Could central bank intervention bypass sell-side intermediaries, if they only act as agents not risk takers? David Wigan reports. The stresses in the US repo...

CCPs fight for buy-side membership

Few asset managers are buying into the direct CCP model. Fred Maple reports. The fanfare with which central counterparties (CCPs) launched new membership categories for...

Frans de Wit is new head of trading at PGGM

Frans de Wit, the investment director for Treasury, Trading & Commodities at Dutch pension fund manager PGGM, has been named head of trading, following...

Repurchase disagreements

A calamitous year-end in 2016 has put the broken repo market firmly in the spotlight. Lynn Strongin Dodds reports. December 2016 saw Europe’s repurchase agreement...

Technology : TCA in Fixed Income

Making up the numbers. Regulatory changes that emphasise transparency are driving adoption of transaction cost analysis for bond trading, writes Sarah Spikes. Transaction cost analysis (TCA)...