Repo is generally considered to be behind the curve in adopting electronic trading compared to other asset classes. In the interdealer markets, it’s far more established, but regulations and cost pressures have combined in recent years to push the wider market towards an inflection point. We speak with Ed Tyndale-Biscoe, product owner for Secured Funding at ION Markets, about what the advent of cloud-based infrastructures means for repo.
SFM Interview: ION’s Tyndale-Biscoe on repo liquidity and the rise to the cloud
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