Russell Dinnage, managing consultant at GreySpark Partners, talks about how the structure of trading in the fixed income market could change over the next five-to-10 years. See More →
GreySpark Partners presents a report that provides investment banks with guidance on how to build a forward-looking, self-regulating sellside institution that has the flexibility to adjust to ongoing regulatory demands and the resilience to remain competitive within the industry.
This report continues GreySpark Partners’ analysis of the impact of the second iteration of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II) on the investment banking industry and on the buyside industry by focusing on the regulation’s impact on financial markets entities operating in Asia-Pacific (APAC).
This report explores the ways in which the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB) proposals would impact the ability of EU-based banks to continue operating principal-centric, front-office business and trading models for all relevant asset classes.
GreySpark Partners presents a new report Mastering MiFID II: Market Structure & Pre- and Post-trade Implications that explores the different trading venues and counterparties under the updated Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II)
This report explores the ways in which large EU- and UK-based buyside firms can run and execute change management programmes associated with the implementation of and compliance with a spate of incoming regulations.
This report provides an update to GreySpark Partners’ Best Practices in Pre-Trade Risk Controls 2014 report, which assessed the ongoing challenges that increasingly complex electronic execution systems posed to healthy functioning of capital markets.
This report summarises the challenges presented by the second iteration of the EU’s Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II) to buyside firms with European operations in the context of investor protection, and it provides recommendations in terms of what buyside firms must do to comply with the requirements by the implementation deadline.