The Investment Association (IA) has laid out a number of measures to increase transparency within bond markets, including widening the availability of data, which the trade body said would aid asset managers in their regulatory duties on best execution.
A paper published by the IA today lays out its concerns on fixed income transparency and its suggested remedies, which call for regulatory intervention to reduce market data costs and the establishment...
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