Electronic trading of corporate bonds still work in progress

Electronic trading of corporate bonds has grown in recent years as firms look for ways to access liquidity in the space. However, the growth is far from unanimous, especially on the buy side

Could electronic trading boost corporate bond market liquidity?

As liquidity in the corporate bond market continues to be an issue, electronic trading networks are gaining steam as industry members look for answers to their current problem.

Coming up with ways to find and access liquidity in fixed income is a well-worn topic. And while electronic trading in the corporate bond market has developed over the past few years, many still seem resistant to the concept.

A group of panellists discussed the possibility of solving the liquidity issue in the corporate

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