Volatility finally returned to the market in the first half of 2018, and by all accounts the market structure held up remarkably well. To date, the idea that unexpected market moves would trip up the ETF market – pricing, liquidity and more – have proven incorrect. Here I discuss that resiliency of the market and […]
Some new research from Greenwich Associates found that institutional use of Fixed Income ETFs is growing. Not surprisingly really, but digging more deeply into why and what it means for the market has a whole creates some interesting debates – debates that I tackle with the folks at Bloomberg TV.
Liquidity in the corporate bond market is tough. We’ve written about it time and time again. At a high level we see two solutions. One, inject new electronic trading tools and liquidity providers into the existing corporate bond market to better match buyers and sellers (a theme discussed in our 2014 European Fixed Income Study). Two, […]
This is my first official research piece since joining Greenwich Associates this past summer. It is available to Greenwich clients. If you’re not sure if you’re a client, or don’t have a login to the website, let me know. Enjoy. New Greenwich Associates Report Analyzes Role of CDS, ETFs and SEFs Tuesday, October 22, 2013 […]