Big buy-side hitters warm to electronic fixed-income trading


NEW YORK -- At the Bond Market Association’s (BMA) 2003 Fixed-Income Summit and Expo on Technology and Electronic Trading held on November 20 in New York, a number of the buy-side’s largest players emphatically endorsed electronic fixed-income trading, but spurred technology vendors and electronic fixed-income trading platform providers to increase the numbers of fixed-income products on offer.

During a panel discussion moderated by TradeWeb’s Jim Toffey, involving representatives from Fidelity

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