Turning the tables: the changing face of liquidity provision in equity and fixed income markets
Liquidity provision in Europe’s capital markets is being reshaped fundamentally by the after-effects of the pandemic, with equity and fixed income markets on the brink of a radical shake-up.
As buy-side firms searched for liquidity during the pandemic, they engaged - through accelerated adoption of automated trading - with new liquidity providers who offered greater transparency and optionality compared to traditional sources of risk capital.
Empowered by this experience, the buy-side are now active participants in sourcing and building latent liquidity: able to select what liquidity is available to them and where – and also what assets to trade and how.
And, as the buy-side settles into the liquidity driving seat, it will have repercussions for future market structure and regulation.
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