Investment Banks Find Strength and Liquidity In Numbers

Sisk, Michael
June 2003
Bank Technology News;Jun2003, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p25
Trade Publication
Reports on United States investment banks' improvement of its bond liquidity through shared platform. Investment banks' use of RiskMetrics Group's CreditGrades application, a quantitative analysis of equity-based default probabilities and credit spreads; Improvement in transparency and electronic trading in the bond markets; Motivation for investment banks to create tools for greater transparency.


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