Burton-Taylor is the recognized exchange and financial market data industry research leader and delivers a comprehensive analysis of the evolution of trading in the U.S. Credit Markets.

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.

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