IDBs are making a grab for buy-side business as investment banks struggle to provide liquidity in fixed income.
Constraints could prompt a future liquidity crisis.
State Street survey finds buy-side predict increased role of market makers in accessing liquidity.
Non-bank firms have a huge potential to fill the void in clearing, but the realities of doing so could be easier said than done.
A lack of liquidity providers and pricing have discouoraged buy-side participants to move from OTC to futures trading.
In the latest TradeCast we take a look at the liquidity crisis in the bond market , front office outsourcing and more...
US asset managers warn against imposing overly strict rules on liquidity measurement.
CBOE suffers a difficult year, losing market share amid declining trading volumes.
Equity markets across Europe reveal strong performance during the year as the first batch of annual statistics are released.
As global regulators press on with reforms such as Basel III, John Bakie investigates what the new world of bond trading will eventually look like.