Industry veterans from Kepler Cheuvreux and Invesco bid adieu to the industry, leaving with more than eight decades of experience between them.
FILS 2022: Execution Management Systems still need to evolve further to meet needs of the fixed income market
According to panelists, EMS’ need to do more than replicate what’s been done in the equities market to truly provide value in the fixed income space.
The former senior dealer has left Invesco after 21 years with the firm.
Ahead of its launch early next year, the transaction data network for bond markets, is attracting growing buy-side interest.
Data optimisation and voice trading electronification are essential to future-proof desks, say trading heads
Speaking at the Fixed Income Leaders’ Summit 2021, Invesco’s head of fixed income for EMEA and Ninety One’s global head of trading suggested these actions could safeguard desks in a post-pandemic and post-Brexit landscape.
In celebration of TradeTech’s 20th Anniversary, buy-side industry veteran and head trader for EMEA equities at Invesco, David Miller, explores the evolution of trading over the past two decades.
With an increasing number of buy-side firms turning to outsourced trading providers in recent years, Hayley McDowell finds out how providers really operate and differ from agency brokers, and examines what benefits opting for outsourced execution can offer to the asset management industry.
Invesco’s head of trading rules out outsourcing equities trading, saying ‘nobody can do it better than us’
Asset manager says its experience, technology and size mean that outsourcing the equities trading desk is not on its radar.
New hires for ETF distribution for Germany, Austria and Italy alongside further appointments in London, Spain and the Nordics.