Greenwich Associates says that US institutional investors are increasing their use of equity derivatives overall, though their use of some complex products is waning.
According to the Connecticut-based consultancy, single-stock listed options, vanilla over-the-counter (OTC) options, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and equity swaps are coming into more widespread use. ETFs, for example, are now used by 75% of the investors it recently surveyed - 18% more than two years ago.
John Colon, a consultan
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