No One Wants to Catch a Falling Knife (FT)

No One Wants to Catch a Falling Knife (FT)

The Financial Times’ recent story about the stability of the U.S. Treasury market examines if the most liquid market in the world is in fact…

The Bond Markets are not the Equity Markets (Bloomberg)

The Bond Markets are not the Equity Markets (Bloomberg)

We’re all pretty curious what the SEC is planning for the fixed income market over the next few years. It’s hard not to admit that…

The Infrastructure of Institutional Crypto Trading

The Infrastructure of Institutional Crypto Trading

While cryptocurrency trading seems like its now everywhere, many of the largest financial institutions in the world are still weary of jumping in. Despite the…

The Syndicated Loan Market is More Interesting Than You Think

The Syndicated Loan Market is More Interesting Than You Think

This past spring I worked on some research for Coalition Greenwich that dug into the syndicated loan market, and more specifically why it hasn’t electronified…

I wouldn’t call myself a crypto skeptic…

I wouldn’t call myself a crypto skeptic…

I spend most of my days focused on fixed income markets, but it’s hard to not get sucked into the digital assets conversation these days.…

U.S. Treasury Markets, Electronic Trading and What’s Next

U.S. Treasury Markets, Electronic Trading and What’s Next

Dan Barnes at Trader TV and I spoke about trading activity in the US Treasury market in the midst of constant interest rate uncertainty. Electronic trading activity has largely found equilibrium again following some wild swings at the start of the pandemic. While the summer is likely to remain quiet, we do expect volatility to return in the fall. And, of course, change and innovation in e-trading remain constant!

Talking U.S. Treasurys with Trader TV

Talking U.S. Treasurys with Trader TV

U.S. Treasury markets hit volume records in the spring of 2020, but after the Fed stepped in markets got downright sleepy. OK, well maybe not…

A Conversation With Ed Tilly, CEO of CBOE

A Conversation With Ed Tilly, CEO of CBOE

As a part of Greenwich’s Behind the Market Structure webinar series, I spoke with CBOE CEO Ed Tilly. The conversation took place only a few months into the…