Due to the increasingly complex nature of U.S. Corporate bond trading, traditional workflows and trading mechanisms are being supplanted by data/analytics-based solutions and intermediaries. This new data-focused step in the evolution of the U.S. credit markets provides an opportunity for all sides of the market to better utilize/innovate upon legacy technology and data: IDBs, pricing vendors, sell side market makers, as well as the buy side.
Burton-Taylor’s US Corporate Bond Electronification research reports are designed as complimentary pieces and are available to be purchased together. The US Corporate Bond Electronification & Market Data Introduction report analyzes the changing structure of the corporate bond market to one that relies more heavily on electronic trading. The US Corporate Bond Electronification: How it’s Altering Pricing Mechanisms report analyzes key electronic execution systems and platform providers with a focus on their differentiation and the pricing capabilities of each.