I’ve had the privilege of writing and editing a report on market trends to watch in the coming years since I joined Greenwich back in 2013. Over the years it has morphed from mostly my thoughts to a great collaboration of what is just an amazing team of analysts, which has made the process even […]
Tag: Market structure
I was invited to be a part of this great conversation about the future of investing, with a focus on the electronification of the bond market and the role ETFs now play there.
Volumes in the U.S. Treasury market are up in the first few months of 2019, and as Greenwich Associates data shows, so too is competition among the electronic trading venues. I had the opportunity to speak with Jill Malandrino of Nasdaq’s TradeTalks about what’s going on in the U.S. Treasury market today, the Libor transition […]
I was asked to present something interesting to a room full of interns and recent college grads. It was a fun format and I really enjoyed giving this presentation. My ultimately goal: convince them that market structure is in fact fascinating, and being an analyst is a great way to make a living.
Every month or so I have the pleasure of talking with the folks at the Benzinga #Premarket morning show. The listener base is predominantly retail which isn’t really my focus, however I love that they give air-time to market structure issues as they are as important to retail/professional traders as they are to the big institutions. […]
Market structure happenings have been fast and furious since 2009, and 2014 did not disappoint. Mandatory SEF trading finally began, fixed income electronic trading continued its steady incline, the current shape of the US equity market was once again brought to the forefront and the cost of capital continued its assault on the banking industry. […]
On the heels of the Senate hearing into high speed trading, I joined Sal Arnuk from Themis Trading on Bloomberg TV to discuss the best way forward for equity market structure.
My first nine months at Greenwich have been focused on fixed income and FX markets. With the release of Greenwich’s annual North American equities study for which we spoke with nearly 550 portfolio managers and traders, the time has come to talk equities. To that end, on June 4 we’ll be hosting a webinar to discuss […]
If you work in institutional finance you’ve heard talk of market structure. Not only are there entire conferences dedicated to the topic, but most of the participants at those conferences— banks, asset managers, researchers—send their heads of market structure to speak. Commonly used in economics to describe the interconnectedness of and interaction between the buyers […]
We all know that the massive reduction in dealer inventories and the cost of capital has had a huge negative impact on liquidity in the corporate bond market. While the primary market has helped soften the blow, that crutch isn’t going to be here for long as rates start to rise over the next few […]