The pandemic has caused setbacks in electronification and streaming in the US government bonds market.
A look at some of the past week’s financial technology news.
Iagatta has spent more than 25 years in the finance and financial technology industries, at both investment firms and technology providers.
With Mifid II's deadline in the rear-view mirror, Hamad Ali gives a "State of the Union" for the fixed-income market and electronic trading platforms.
Metzold joins Best Credit Data after a career spanning 35 years, many in senior muni bond portfolio management roles at Eaton Vance.
Eaton Vance is the first to launch an exchange-traded managed fund, with Precidian (and others) looking to release similar offerings.
Panelists at BST North America discuss the recent spate of outages experienced at utilities, vendors and exchanges.
Heads of technology discuss the evolving data analytics space and how visualization tools are helping to compliment the movement.
There is widespread agreement that buy-side firms need to trade with each other to boost dwindling credit market liquidity, and at least 15 platforms are preparing to make it happen. In part one of this two-part feature, Kris Devasabai looks at the…
An inside look at new technologies disrupting the market, and the ever-challenging 'people equation'.
Industry members discuss the growth of electronic trading of corporate bonds
Marina Daras talks to banks and vendors to see how they approach communication surveillance, and what kind of technology can be deployed to help them with this challenge.
Manager takes automated client reporting and communications platform
Know-your-customer (KYC) requirements, hardly a bank’s most value-added function, have become a popular topic among operations, compliance, and reference data professionals, with a growing consensus that KYC checks can be done cheaper and more…
In February, it became mandatory to execute certain swap contracts on electronic platforms, introducing what should have been wholesale change to the way that trading operates in the derivatives market. Half a year on, though, evidence of a revolution in…
Dhaka, Bangladesh-based broker LankaBangla Securities has enlisted Dubai-based data provider DirectFN to integrate datafeeds from Bangladesh's Chittagong and Dhaka stock exchanges into a trading platform to enhance the firm's online trading capabilities,…
April 2014 - sponsored by: Tradeweb; Thomson Reuters
A recent survey by BNY Mellon, New Frontiers of Risk: Revisiting the 360° Manager, has found that institutional investors are more than ever focusing on their risk management capabilities, and are also on the look-out for new sets of risk tools.
Ahead of the functional made-available-to-trade (MAT) deadline for certain fixed-to-floating interest-rate swaps, Boston-based asset manager Eaton Vance sought to combine familiarity of trading protocol with control over information leakage. The result…
Via its UBS Securities arm, the Swiss bank has completed its first trade on the venue, on behalf of asset manager Eaton Vance.
As 2013 draws to a close, we look back over the year's coverage, and focus on the buy-side executives profiled for the magazine's monthly cover story.
The biggest impact that the new centrally-cleared derivatives regime is having on buy-side infrastructure is an organizational one, said Michael O’Brien, director of global trading at Eaton Vance, at the Buy-Side Technology North America Summit.
John Shea sits down with Jake Thomases to discuss his interesting pre-Wall Street career and Eaton Vance's IT.
Even as the estimated number of swap execution facilities (SEFs) drops, fragmentation is still predicted to become an issue in the world of centrally cleared swaps. There is therefore room in the market for an aggregation service, to source liquidity…