Tag: Trading & Execution
Hong Kong-domiciled fund managers looking to market into mainland China following the long-awaited introduction of Mutual Recognition (MR) have been advised to enter into distribution agreements with Chinese financial institutions.
Over the past several years, the new issue market for investment-grade fixed income instruments has broken new records as annual volumes routinely pass the US$1 trillion mark globally. We look at the future of the fixed income new issuance market.
Japanese broker Phillip Securities has teamed up with TORA to launch a new electronic trading service for institutions.
The London Stock Exchange Group has announced the appointment of a new group chairman.
State Street witnessed income from its foreign exchange trading unit rocket by more than a third in the last quarter of 2014, compared to the previous year, it announced today.
The European Securities and Markets Authority has published its consultation on draft regulatory technical standards for the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II.
The TRADE has appointed Joe McGrath as its new editor, who will join the magazine in January 2015 from Financial News.
The increasing complexity of electronic trading systems pose fundamental risks to the stable functioning of financial markets and their participants, claims a new report, which proposes a set of pre-trade risk control best practices for tier I and II sell-side institutions.