Research by Greenwich Associates found that only 44% of US buy-side firms thought the SEC’s proposed ruling on electronic treasury trading venues would benefit the market.
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Greenwich Associates report finds that 30% of equity and fixed income investors think big data is an underappreciated technology.
Research by Greenwich Associates estimated that the average daily e-trading volume reached a new record of $10.6 billion in January earlier this year.
Study by Greenwich Associates found that one third of institutional investors see outsourced trading desks as a solution for managing trading flow and best execution.
Firms tackled remote working by shifting focus to compliance infrastructure and partnering with external technology providers, Greenwich Associates research found.
Research from Greenwich Associates shows that the number of traders on desks has changed very little from 2018 to 2019 despite technological advances.
Greenwich Associates predicts the trade surveillance technology spend could increase to $1.5 billion in 2021 due to compliance weaknesses identified by the pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic is disrupting the evolution of the US equity market structure causing current exchanges to lose trading volumes and upending plans for new ones to launch.
As portfolio trading becomes more popular among buy-side traders, research has warned a large portfolio trade could increase risks around the CSDR buy-in regime if a single trade fails.
Jefferies, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Citi and Bank of America were considered ‘standout dealers’ by US buy-side traders.