Man or mouse: Voice broking versus e-trading

When market turmoil was at its peak in late 2008 and the first quarter of this year, the voice broking model returned to prominence at the expense of electronic trading platforms. But with the markets returning to stability in recent months, has this trend been reversed?

The use of electronic platforms to trade credit and other fixed income products in the interbank market has always been less widespread than in the buy-side market. With activity concentrated among a limited number of market

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