Broadridge Financial Solutions has appointed Art Certosimo as Chairman of the Board for LTX, a Broadridge company offering a new AI-driven digital trading platform for corporate bonds.
Broadridge's AI-driven digital trading platform integrates with Charles River Investment Management Solution
Broadridge Financial Solutions' new artificial intelligence (AI)-driven digital trading platform, LTX, has been integrated with the Charles River Investment Management Solution (Charles River IMS) as part of a strategy to improve efficiency in the corporate bond market.
TORA has integrated its order execution management system (OEMS) with MTS BondsPro, MTS Markets International, Inc’s (MMI) ATS.
FTSE Russell’s decision to include Chinese sovereign bonds in its flagship government bond index could offer hedge fund investors fresh alpha-generating and AUM-raising opportunities amid a wave of overseas capital inflows into the market.
Sector- and credit-specific bond selection will become increasingly important for investors amid a surging wave of new issuance, as companies look to raise more money to combat the coronavirus fall-out, according to managers at London-listed global hedge fund giant Man Group, who suggested government bonds could prove “an attractive alternative.”
Alberto Gallo, head of macro strategies at multi-strategy credit and equities hedge fund Algebris Investments, has compared investors in government bonds to “boiling frogs” who risk seeing their returns “wiped out” from future inflation rises.
A new company, LedgerEdge, has been launched by David E Rutter with the aim of building an ecosystem for the interchange of data and assets in the corporate bond market.
Alt-credit investor Alpha Blue Ocean eyes funding squeeze with novel convertible bond investment model
Alpha Blue Ocean, the London-based alternative credit investor, is eyeing growing funding opportunities arising out of the sharp economic downturn following the coronavirus outbreak.
Quincy Data has expanded its offering with the addition of US treasuries data, using sister company McKay Brothers’ microwave network to transport the data to Aurora, IL in under four milliseconds, the lowest latency available.
Scorable has launched a second product to enhance the scope and accuracy of its credit risk analysis, helping fixed-income managers make better investment decisions.