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 »
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 »
First KCG and now Virtu. In 2008 no one would have guessed that in 2014 automated trading firms would be publicly traded companies – but here we are. Investors have a new way of getting in on the profits behind liquidity provision, and the market as a whole has new insight into how these firms… Read More »
During the same shoot for the video on OTC clearing, I spoke with CME about the demand for data center space in financial services and how that impacts their strategy for the new Aurora, IL data center.
Its no secret that CME is one of the few firms in contention to be a major interest rate swap and CDS clearinghouse. This is a promotional video from CME that I make a quick cameo in, talking about the eventual growth in demand for swaps as the industry gets past the short term pain… Read More »
I recently spoke with John McPartland, a Senior Policy Adviser at the Chicago Fed (and no, we can’t seem to find a direct relation although it seems there must be one somewhere). Here we discuss the implications of MF Global on the clearing model going forward; was it simply fraud or does it point out… Read More »
I recently spoke with Ryan Sheftel who runs fixed income electronic market making for Credit Suisse. CS is taking its experience from building AES in the equities market to fixed income, leading to some pretty cool trading tools.
This is another segment from our Fixed Income Trading 2012 event on January 24th. My panel discusses the impact of the Volcker rule on the credit market – the market likely to be the hardest hit by the proposed new rule.