Waters Wrap: Would DLT really have prevented Archegos? (And thoughts on Itiviti)

While Christopher Giancarlo says distributed ledger technology could’ve helped prime brokers better monitor their risk exposures to Archegos Capital Management, Anthony (and others) are not so sure about that. He also looks at the Broadridge-Itiviti deal.

On April 7, we broke the news that Citi and Bank of America were getting ready to unveil a consortium-driven collateralized loan obligation (CLO) trading platform (Pats self vigorously on back). Sure enough, this past Monday, the banks put out a press release confirming the project. Bloomberg wrote a story about it, but it was just from the POV of Citi and BofA and didn’t have much additional information beyond the press release, which was also kind of thin. And The Trade couldn’t be bothered

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Systematic tools gain favor in fixed income

Automation is enabling systematic strategies in fixed income that were previously reserved for equities trading. The tech gap between the two may be closing, but differences remain.

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