In the decade since the 2008 financial crisis and the passage of Dodd-Frank, fixed income traders on the buy- and sellsides have adopted new methods of trading such as electronic all-to-all networks, while new electronic liquidity providers are making markets in corporate bonds as a result of their activity in the burgeoning fixed income ETF market. New sources of data and predictive analytic techniques are helping buyside traders find liquidity, squeeze transaction costs and streamline workflows. Join Fixed Income Forum for a special one-day look at the revolution in bond trading in the US and the world.
with the buyside advisory board. We would like to thank the following individuals for giving their time and sharing
their thoughts about the most critical issues facing buyside trading desks.
Daniel Veiner, Global Head of Fixed Income Trading, Blackrock
Jenny Xiao, Co-head of North American Rates and MBS Trading, Blackrock
Dheeraj Kakar, Platform Manager - Bond Trading Platforms, Dodge & Cox
Tim Trebilcock, Global Head of Trading & Investment Operations, Federated Hermes
Russell Budnick, Global Head of Cross Asset Trading, J.P. Morgan Global Wealth Management
Ray Uy, Global Head of FIC Trading, Invesco
Kevin McGrath, Credit Trader & Portfolio Manager, State of New Jersey
Dwayne Middleton, Global Head of Fixed Income Trading, T. Rowe Price
Timothy Gigliotti, Sr. Managing Director-Head of Taxable Fixed Income Trading, TIAA/Nuveen