A study by Coalition Greenwich found that 44% of institutional investors currently use alt data, while an additional 24% plan to adopt alt data in the near future.
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As research suggests multi-dealer platforms are increasingly costly for market participants, Annabel Smith explores whether this has encouraged FICC traders to move away from multi-dealer towards bilateral trading.
Research has found that portfolio trading volumes in the US fixed income markets increased 159% in the last two years.
Research has found from 2017 to 2020 investment grade and high yield bond e-trading in the US grew by 111% and 145% respectively compared to 61% growth in Europe.
A Coalition Greenwich report has found that the uptake in algo trading in FX during the pandemic could be here to stay permanently.
Coalition Greenwich report found that buy- and sell-side FICC traders view bilateral trading as a solution to the rising costs of multi-dealer platforms.
Coalition Greenwich report found that buy-side equities trading desks increased their budgets by 12% in 2020, while fixed income desk budgets declined by 1%.
According to the Coalition Greenwich index, equities revenues reached one of the highest quarterly revenues in a decade excluding losses related to the Archegos scandal.
A report by Coalition Greenwich found that European swaps traders on the buy-side executed 45% of trades electronically, with the majority done via Tradeweb.
Stephen Bruel joins Coalition Greenwich as a senior analyst from Brown Brothers Harriman where he was head of derivatives product management for 10 years.