a fintech entrant into the new bond issuance market, has launched an end-to-end
platform and support framework for primary bond origination.
The fully-digital platform
for primary bond issuance provides, the firm says, higher transparency, better
price discovery, and ...
John Shay has left his role as global head of fixed income, commodities and clearing Nasdaq.
Shay had been with the exchange group since September 2016, having joined from Virtu Financial, where he was a partner.
Shay spent most of his career with ICAP (Icap) before being recruited by Virtu’s founder, Vincent Viola, in 2007. At Virtu, Shay was responsible for managing all outside venue, vendor and trading relationships, including all prime and FCM counterparties, as well as all exchange, ECN and ATS relationships with a focus on fixed income, currencies and commodities.
Broadway Technology has signed three tier-one banks, including Barclays, to mark its expansion into the global fixed income marketplace.
Broadway’s fixed income and foreign exchange clients now include 20 of the world’s largest banks and financial institutions, the company says. Its patented enterprise middleware, the TOC, serves as the core underlying platform, allowing customers to build their own integrated applications that interoperate with Broadway’s fintech solutions.
The firm says its aims to deliver comprehensive, out-of-the-box fintech solutions while, also giving clients an ability to rapidly adapt and customise over time.
FX markets are largely seen as mature in terms of market structure and technology, but what about fixed income markets? Colin Lambert talks to Steve Toland, founder of TransFICC about the complexities and challenges involved in modernising these markets.
He finds that while fixed income markets are behind FX markets in terms of market structure and automation, they are catching up quick, but the biggest challenge is the sheer breadth and complexity of products traded - often on the same desk.