A new report by GreySpark Partners, a leading global capital markets consultancy, analyses an identifiable, ongoing shift in dealer-to-client interactions within the corporate and governments bonds markets away from traditional RFQ brokerage trading venues and onto exchange or exchange-like platforms.
GreySpark Partners has published a new report examining the imminent changes a proactive and principles-based approach to regulation will have on the investment banking industry. The report, titled Best Practices in Sellside Regulation Implementation, argues that the post-financial crisis regulatory regime provides banks the autonomy and flexibility to decide how they want to approach and position compliance within their organisations in ways that will ultimately help create self-regulating institutions.
A new report from GreySpark Partners, a leading global capital markets consulting firm, finds that while the so-called ‘futurisation’ – or transferral of bilateral swaps liquidity flows into an exchange-traded futures market environment – of the OTC IRS and CDS markets in the EU and the US is not yet occurring, there are signs that the effect may simply be delayed by pending regulatory deadlines in the EU.
GreySpark Partners, a leading global capital markets consulting firm, has published a new report comparing and contrasting a series of functional capabilities offered by leading providers of trade surveillance systems.
GreySpark Partners has published a new report examining the impact of the MiFID II regulatory regime on banks and buyside firms in Asia-Pacific (APAC). The wider global reach of the directive and its accompanying regulations will ultimately create new costs for APAC-based buyside firms.
GreySpark Partners presents a new report examining the impact of the FRTB on EU-based banks. Set for implementation in 2019, the new Basel regulation will ultimately hinder the ability of the sellside to maintain its regular scope of operations across all asset classes.