Overcoming illiquidity in OTC markets

When over-the-counter markets are suffering from a limited liquidity supply, buy-side firms can struggle with price formation and counterparty selection. Those trading desks can be far more manoeuvrable if they are able to trade exchange-traded instruments such as futures, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and options on ETFs. Lee Bartholomew, head of derivatives product R&D in fixed income at Eurex, outlines the strategies and skills that traders should consider when assessing instrument selection.

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