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Developing TCA For Fixed-Income
In the equities world, Transaction Cost Analysis (TCA) is an important analytical tool which has expanded to FX and more recently to fixed-income. Nonetheless, there are many more challenges in fixed-income than there are in FX and equities. Three main factors explain this expansion to fixed-income. This article was first published in the Electronic Trading Journal-GlobalTrading, Q4 2015 Issue #56. Click here to view articles similar to this.
Fixed Income & Electronic Trading- An Upward Trend
n the Equities or Foreign Exchange (“FX”) markets, evaluating a potential trade does not require much calculation, and so the pure speed of moving data from one application to another has been one of the prime limiting factors on winning those trades. But the world of Fixed Income is different. Find out how the upward trend of Electronic Trading is effecting the Fixed Income industry and what impact it could have on your firm.
US Fixed Income Industry Benchmarking Report
Fixed income markets are in the process of radical industrial change, with regulation, innovation and new entrants completely shaking up the market structure. In an asset class where trades have traditionally occurred bilaterally, the buy side are now looking at new ways to trade electronically, and the way buy side and sell side traders interact is changing as the search for liquidity goes on. With fixed income markets evolving so rapidly, the Fixed Income Leaders Summit have compiled its own research on such issues, which can be found on the following pages. This study was designed to offer an industry benchmark. Identifying the key challenges, spend priorities and trading strategies the buy side are undertaking to adapt to new fixed income markets. The survey was completed by 50 senior buy side fixed income professionals made up primarily of Heads of Fixed Income Trading, CEO’s and senior management from leading asset managers and hedge funds. The survey concentrated on the following areas: The biggest challenges facing fixed income professionals The impact of regulatory reform on fixed income trading desks Priorities and skills the buy side look for when selecting their brokers Evaluation criteria of new fixed income trading platforms Strategies the buy side are using to overcome liquidity issues Technology spends over the next 12 months
Fixed Income APAC 2016 Sponsorship Agenda
With 200 of the most influential Heads of Fixed Income Trading and Portfolio Management from the top Asia buy side firms all under one roof at one time, this is your opportunity to benchmark your business with those that are best adapting to the new landscape. Click on the thumbnail to download your copy of the agenda!
Like the US Fixed Income Industry, the European Fixed Income market posts its own separate sets of challenges. We spoke with 50 senior buy side fixed income professionals, from Europe, made up primarily of Heads of Fixed Income Trading, CEOs and senior management from leading asset managers and hedge funds. The survey concentrated on the following areas: The biggest challenges facing fixed income professionals Buy side predictions on the most negative impacts and positive impacts that regulation will have on their fixed income trading desk Technology spends for the next 12-18 months The adoption and on-boarding of new platforms by the buy side The priorities and skills the buy side look for when selecting their brokers The biggest priorities for buy side organisations Strategies the buy side are using to overcome liquidity issues
Trends in Fixed Income - US vs Europe
With a variety of regulatory changes shaking up both the US and European fixed income market, the industry is seeking methods and knowledge on how best to ensure these regulations have a limited impact on their business and which new technologies to invest in and platforms to partner with. Compare now the Top Trends in US with the Top Trends in Europe...