Albinus: The new days of the buy side

These are new days for the buy side and it seems there has been a shift in the balance of power. Traditionally, the relationship between and buy and sell side was simple; sell-side organisations would supply buy-side firms with the tools and technologies for free (or next to nothing) in exchange for commitments from those buy-side firms to execute their trades through their sell-side 'partners'. The arrangement worked fairly well but as with any imbalanced and dependent relationship, small

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