Série des Documents de Travail n ° 2015-11 Agents ' Behavior on Multi-Dealer-to-Client Bond Trading Platforms

@inproceedings{Fermanian2015SrieDD,
  title={S{\'e}rie des Documents de Travail n ° 2015-11 Agents ' Behavior on Multi-Dealer-to-Client Bond Trading Platforms},
  author={J-D. Fermanian and Olivier Gu{\'e}ant and Arnaud Rachez},
  year={2015}
}
For the last two decades, most nancial markets have undergone an evolution toward electroni cation. The market for corporate bonds is one of the last major nancial markets to follow this unavoidable path. Traditionally quote-driven (that is, dealer-driven) rather than order-driven, the market for corporate bonds is still mainly dominated by voice trading, but a lot of electronic platforms have emerged that make it possible for buy-side agents to simultaneously request several dealers for quotes… CONTINUE READING

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