Corporate bonds: How to automate trading for better returns

Automation of corporate bond trading is small but growing, with investment grade instruments – particularly in the US – leading the way.

From auto-quoting to full auto-execution, buy-side firms are trying to take advantage of greater efficiency so they can better support investment objectives and ultimately greater returns for end investors.

In January’s show, Juan Landazabal, global head of trading at asset manager GAM, and Gareth Coltman, head of European product at MarketAxess, given their insights into where and how traders can automate dealing in what is often a highly illiquid market.

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