relative value credit

The Evolution of Credit Trading: Industry Survey

Thursday, August 19, 2021

The current credit market environment, characterised by uncertainty and persistent structural inefficiencies, is rich in relative value credit investment opportunities.  Over the past five years, there has been robust growth in the electronic trading of fixed-income markets, but it continues to lag equities in technological development. This survey was conducted during a webinar on “The Evolution of Credit Trading: Technology, Analytics, and Data,” hosted by Quantifi, featuring Celent and 7 Chord Inc. More than 100 individuals from the financial services industry registered for the webinar and were invited to participate in the survey. Read More

Exploring Opportunities in Relative Value Credit

Wednesday, August 4, 2021

Relative value credit analytics has been the subject of investor attention over the last 12 months, due to the surge of issuance seen in the bond market and the volatility within the credit sector during COVID-19. Both created opportunities for realisation of value, and whilst the markets calmed down from the turbulence 12 months prior, the party is not over. Read More

The Evolution of Credit Trading - Technology, Analytics & Data

Wednesday, June 30, 2021
You're in! We've saved a space for you at the 'The Evolution of Credit Trading - Technology, Analytics & Data' webinar on Wednesday 28th July. We will send you a link to join the webinar prior to the event.
 
Date & Time:
Wednesday 28th July
3pm BST / 4pm CET / 10am EDT
 
Agenda:
  • Key trends and opportunities in credit
  • How to seize relative value or other opportunities quickly
  • The automation of front-office processes
  • The data, analytics and technology required to take advantage of this new environment
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The Growth of Relative Value Credit Strategies

Thursday, June 24, 2021

by Quantifi

The use of relative value credit analytics is not new, but the importance of this methodology has come into sharper focus and has been the subject of increased investor attention over the last 12 months. There are two main reasons why relative value credit strategy has become a hot topic in the last year. The first is an extraordinary surge of issuance seen in bond market. The second is the extreme volatility within the credit sector in the face of COVID-19. Both these phenomena have created significant opportunities for realisation of value, and although, by the time of writing, the markets have calmed down considerably from the turbulence seen 12 months earlier, the party is not over yet.