Q-WIXX, an electronic platform for trading large portfolios of single- name credit default swaps (CDS), yesterday launched its automated service for the global market, with support from many market participants.
Caplin, a provider of real-time web connectivity to financial markets, today unveils Caplin Trader, an out-of-the box web trading application that enables banks to build multi-product trading portals
Charles River Development (Charles River), a provider of financial software and services to the global investment community, has announced that Australasian fund manager Tyndall Investment Management has successfully implemented the Charles River Investment Management System (Charles River IMS) to support Tyndall's international and domestic fixed income fund management operations in Australia and New Zealand.
As trading volumes in fixed-income instruments continue to grow, so does the "electronification" of the sector. But adoption is relatively patchy, according to new research from TowerGroup.
The EDM Council has successfully completed its first data quality metrics pilot designed to help financial institutions create a fact- based data quality baseline in support of the business case for i
Financial services companies must embrace an advanced data infrastructure to manage fixed income data across asset classes, instruments and regions, says a new report from research and consulting firm Aite.
NYSE Group has received approval from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to launch its fixed-income trading platform, NYSE Bonds. The newly-developed system makes us of NYSE Arca's matching technology to offer a trading platform for all NYSE listed corporate debt securities.
The trade association for the American securities industry, the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) says it will respond to a market best practices guide published by the US Treasury Department on 9 February.
Fixed income trading platform Thomson TradeWeb says its Asia-based customers can now access the platform during Asian trading hours. "TradeWeb has long been synonymous with access to US Treasury bond liquidity and we are very pleased to be offering access to this dealer liquidity in Asian hours," says Lee Olesky, president, Thomson TradeWeb. "The widening of the trading hours on TradeWeb is an important benefit to our customers who have a presence in Asia, and is a major step in unifying electronic trading in the bond markets on a global scale. Expanding TradeWeb's offering to our customers in Asia is a further demonstration of our commitment to providing access to liquidity in the world's bond and derivative markets. We look forward to making further product introductions very soon," adds Olesky.
F&C Asset Management selects Charles River Development to automate pan-European front-office investment management operations
Charles River Development (Charles River), a provider of financial software and services to the global investment management community, yesterday announced that London-based F&C Asset Management (F&C) has selected the Charles River Investment Management System (Charles River IMS) to support its front office equity, fixed income and derivative operations.