Fixed Income webcast

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According to SIFMA, overall bond trading volumes have now returned to-and overtaken-pre-credit crunch levels, though trading in corporate and Federal agency securities has declined. Meanwhile, higher yields from international markets are tempting investors, but are they making full use of appropriate data and analytics to mitigate ongoing concerns over sovereign credit risk? This webinar will outline current trends in data demand to support the fixed income markets.

* Overview of fixed income markets and trends in bond trading and issuance. How are the credit markets faring, post-financial crisis?
* Which asset types are seeing more or less interest, and why-and how is data consumption changing as a result?
* Sourcing data and related services to meet the demands of traders and investment professionals.
* Identifying future trends in data demand-what content and services will make a difference to bond trading in future?

Speakers:
* Kerry White, Managing Director, Asset Servicing, BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON
* Stuart Grant, Financial Services Business Development Manager, SYBASE
* Frank Dos Santos, Vice President - Global Evaluations, STANDARD & POOR'S
* Ed Ventura, President, VENTURA MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATES
* Max Bowie, Editor, INSIDE MARKET DATA (Moderator)

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