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Tabb Group event: Concern regarding Reg ATS expansion

On 9 March the Tabb Group’s ‘Fixed Income Trading and Best Execution Summit’ heard that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) concept release around...

TABB Group shuts down

Larry Tabb, the eponymous founder of market anayst firm TABB Group, has announced the firm will close. Making the announcement via Twitter, he wrote:...

Change is jangling money market funds

Lynn Strongin Dodds looks at the impact of liquidity and settlement reforms. Regulatory reform, which has been a very long time coming in the US$4.46...

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...

Tabb: Derivatives boosting access to liquidity into 2019

By Pia Hecher. Analyst firm TABB Group reports the number of market participants using corporate bond index futures and bond index total return swaps (TRSs)...

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...

Technology : Trader engagement : Dan Barnes

Helping traders to think like engineers The gap between the technology a trading team wants and the technology it gets is often wide; helping them...

List trading goes live on MTS BondsPro all-to-all order book

MTS Markets , part of London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG), has added list trading functionality to its MTS BondsPro corporate bond trading platform, enabling...

Rates : Trading protocols : Dan Barnes

The new Treasuries protocols Breaking away from the request-for-quote protocol could allow for tighter pricing without information leakage. Traders engaged in the US Treasury (UST) markets...

Technology : Order management systems : Dan Barnes

Will buy-side firms build the OMS they need? Complaints about order management system performance still dog the fixed income markets, increasing the likelihood of in-house...