Greenwich Associates survey finds most buy-siders see access to direct data feeds as essential, while the debate on exchange market data continues in the US.
Research has suggested that despite a surge in trading volumes, mergers and acquisitions among platform providers is likely over the next 18 months.
Research suggests emerging market bond trading will rise next year, with a portion of that volume tipped to be executed electronically.
Research from Greenwich Associates found that brokers expect almost half of their clients to ask for customised algos over the next year.
Greenwich Associates research urges firms to distinguish ETFs from other asset classes when trading to avoid suboptimal execution.
Greenwich Associates lays out potential benefits to ease of restrictions on swaps trading and SEFs in the US.
TCA on buy-side equity trading desks no longer considered an optional feature, but a necessity in new regulatory environment.
New report from Greenwich Associates reveals trading desk budgets now favouring technology over trader compensation.
Latest research from Greenwich Associates shows electronic trading continues to grow as providers add data and analytics tools to draw in investors.
Latest research from Greenwich Associates finds majority of buy-side agree maker-taker pricing creates distortion and that rebates should be banned.