Investors trade the drama out of the crisis

How LGIM, Axa IM, Manulife and other buy-siders tackled the toughest markets since 2008

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Necessity is the mother of invention, says the old adage. And in recent months, asset managers and investors have been forced to reinvent their environment as well as their trading practices. In addition to the market fallout from coronavirus, their traders have faced a new and unexpected challenge: how to continue transacting away from their desks and – significantly – away from other traders.

Buy-side trading desks, which typically thrive on having traders share information and collaborate in

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