Kevin is the head of market structure & technology research for Coalition Greenwich. Below is a sample of his recently published work.

Equity Trading Systems Continue to Converge, Move to the Cloud | Coalition Greenwich
An Evolving but Mature Market Eighty-six percent of buy-side equity investors in the U.S. use a third-party order management system (OMS). Of those,
Transparency is Coming for Portfolio Trading | Coalition Greenwich
The days of corporate bond portfolio trading estimates are coming to an end. FINRA has proposed and the SEC has approved a new rule (proposed FINRA
Financial Advisors Questioned by Retail Investors on Inflation, Crypto, but not PFOF | Coalition Greenwich
Investment in “wealthtech,” or digital solutions that facilitate wealth management processes, hit record levels in 2021. Demand has been driven by a
Electronification and Market Access Drive Alpha in Asian Bond Markets | Coalition Greenwich
Executive Summary Portfolio managers aren’t the only ones generating alpha. While trading was once only a necessary cost for implementing an
January Spotlight: U.S. Corporate Bond Market Structure: 2021 by the Numbers | Coalition Greenwich
Trading in corporate bond markets was surprisingly steady in 2021, despite macroeconomic factors that would have suggested a much more volatile year.
Unique Markets Present Unique Opportunity for Wealth Managers | Coalition Greenwich
Executive Summary While retail investors have taken to do-it-yourself tools in unprecedented numbers over the past two years, their use of financial
Investing in Corporate Bond Liquidity: The Dealer View | Coalition Greenwich
Liquidity in both the investment-grade and high-yield corporate bond markets has either reverted back to its 2019 state or has improved since the