CanDeal ideal: could Canada make a sea-change in e-trading?

E-trading firm aims to capture all Canada’s electronic fixed income trade, requiring a culture shift

Canadian-e-trading

If electronic trading is the future of corporate bond markets, Canada hasn’t had the memo. And with just a few dealers and asset managers dominating trading, that future could be some way off.

Eclipsed by its noisy neighbour to the south – with outstanding bond deals equal to roughly a tenth of those of the US – Canada is nonetheless the fifth-largest corporate bond market among developed countries.

And CanDeal aims to corner that bond market. The e-trading platform, which cracked the Canadian

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