SEF Survival Depends on Differentiation

The SEF landscape is still unclear from a regulatory perspective, but growing in sophistication.

As Dodd-Frank Act reforms around the trading of swaps moves ever-closer, the burgeoning market presence of swap execution facilities (SEFs) will lead to consolidation and growth through the differentiation of offerings, according to research released by GreySpark Partners.

In its research, SEFs: The Business Landscape, GreySpark sees three distinct tiers operating in the future. The first will be large-scale, multi-product entities, those that offer functionality across asset classes. The second

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