The three buy-side executives — two chief risk officers and a chief compliance officer — noted that while operational challenges like the recent Bloomberg outage do cause an re-assessment of firmwide readiness and auxiliary options, the bigger issue right now is a higher cost of trading for investment managers as a result of liquidity constriction in some markets and balance sheet constraints affecting the sell side.
"What's happened in just the last couple weeks is the big banks and other GSIFI
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