Derivatives markets are opaque by design. You only know the firms you trade with. What about the rest?
Counterparty Radar scours the filings of thousands of US mutual funds to reveal the most popular dealers and most active managers in 11 different instruments. Users can create their own peer comparisons, inform counterparty selection, and get a headstart in client prospecting and optimisation.
NEW: use the ‘profiles’ tab to see which funds are driving activity for each manager, and are the key clients for each dealer.
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Morgan Stanley regained its position as the top foreign exchange forwards dealer for US mutual funds in the third quarter of the year, dethroning HSBC on the back of a surge in trades from Pimco. Overall, US mutual funds shrunk their positions, with the sector declining by around $37.2 billion. Despite that, Morgan Stanley had $106 billion of reported volumes in Q3, up $20.7 billion on the previous quarter.Access the data