Gensler calls for enhanced US bond market transparency

SEC chief advocates shorter Trace reporting delay, public dissemination of Treasuries trades

Gary Gensler
Photo: SEC

Gary Gensler, chair of the US Securities and Exchange Commission, has called for enhanced transparency in US fixed income markets, to improve market efficiency and resilience.

Gensler said trade reporting delay times should be slashed as part of a series of reforms he believes reflect the changes in market structure brought about by electronification and the larger role of bond funds in holding fixed income assets.

“Academic research overwhelmingly finds that post-trade transparency improves

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