Category Archives: Video

The non-Liquidity Crisis and Rigged Markets

This week as my first appearance on Bloomberg’s new morning show aptly called <GO>.  Great new set and a fun format.  In these two separate videos, we talk about our recently published Market Structure Trends for 2016 and the ongoing debate about whether or not the equity markets are rigged (spoiler alert; they are not).

US Treasuries are trading electronically, but we still need bond traders

I recently spoke with Bloomberg TV about a recent Greenwich Associates research report that examined the growth in electronic trading of US Treasuries by US investors. The US Treasury market is an obvious one for electronification – the products are standard, liquid and the number of market participants is large. But relationships still matter, and… Read More »

Setting FX Benchmarks with Observable Data – My Interview with CCTV America

For a market that is so electronic, using observable data to set benchmark rates shouldn’t be much of a stretch.  About two weeks ago I did a taped interview for Central China TV (CCTV)  America to discuss this an the electronification of FX more generally.  The interview includes my attempt at explaining electronic trading in… Read More »