Bank-run fund derivatives platforms hit records

JP Morgan’s Nexus has seen balances double, while AUM on UBS’s Neo have tripled

Outperformance

Dealer platforms that deliver the performance of third-party investment funds via swaps, notes and certificates have seen a surge in balances as cost-conscious managers embrace outsourced trading and investors seek to turbo-charge flagging returns with alternative strategies.

Balances on JP Morgan’s Nexus managed account platform, which offers funded and unfunded exposure to 250 active third-party strategies – have more than doubled in the past two years to exceed $20 billion.

At UBS, assets

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