In 2018, the role of the sellside equities trader is still undergoing change, driven by regulation, technological progress and the utilisation of new business models. These changes are cascading through every tier of the investment banking equities execution franchise industry, affecting buyside clients and the structure of the equities market at large. Willis Bruckermann, GreySpark Partners Analyst Consultant, examines how high- and low-touch trading have changed in the past decade, and some of the implications thereof for the future structure of the flow equities market.
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