Poor data hurting buy side’s automated bond trading

Spotty bond liquidity creates gaps in trading data that could harm best execution, insiders warn


Flawed data poses the biggest bar to automating bond trading as buy-side desks continue their push to improve execution in fixed income, experts say.

“It’s vital that the data used to drive the automation process is of the highest quality and reliability. You can have the best algorithms in the world, but if your data is of poor quality, the algorithms are worthless,” said Sallianne Taylor, global head of Bloomberg’s market structure and strategic alliances team. Taylor was speaking at a

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