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Fixing Fixed Income

Fixing Fixed Income

Brett Chappell talks about changes in fixed income trading and how the buy-side needs to respond.

The main points are -

  • By 2020 the majority of trades will be electronic
  • There is a need to aggregate Data and Liquidity
  • Regulation is driving a lot of these changes - MiFID II and CSDR
  • There is a cost to on-boarding - spending 6 months on-boarding a new broker or a new platform limits growth and increases risk

Plus many other good points

http://www.buysideintel.com/brett-chappell


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