Insight

  • Sep19 Intelligence
    Corporate Bond Trading on CanDeal  - September 19, 2016

    CanDeal is pleased to promote Corporate Bond trades through List Trading on our Canadian marketplace. We've improved our List Trading offering by expanding our liquidity pool. Please click to learn more.

    To read more, click on the document below:
    PDF icon Corporate List Trading on CanDeal.pdf
  • May05 Infographic
    $2.3 Trillion Traded in 2015 - May 05, 2016

    2015 Year in Review - How did participants leverage our marketplace?

    • 754 Buy-Side Professionals Participated in 2015
    • 237,471 Trades Total 
    • New to CanDeal: List Trading 

    These are just a few highlights from our annual infographic. The 2015 Year in Review is geared to provide clients with a holistic view of our electronic trading business.

    To read more, click on the document below:
    PDF icon CanDealYearInReview2015EN.pdf
  • Aug24 Infographic
    H1 Update: E-Trading Volumes Outpace Voice Trading in Q1-2015 - August 24, 2015

    CanDeal participants have executed $1.2 trillion in volume during the first half of the year, which is  largely unchanged from last year. The most recent data made available by IIROC (Q1-2015) suggests industry volumes are down by approximately 12%.

    To read more, click on the document below:
    PDF icon CanDeal-H1-2015Update.pdf
  • Mar06 Infographic
    $2.4 Trillion Traded in 2014 - Year in Review - March 06, 2015

    According to Greenwich Associates, 48% of all Canadian fixed-income trading volume is executed electronically, predominantly through CanDeal.1

    We have created a visual graphic of some street-wide metrics that would be of interest to our participants - this document provides a holistic view of our electronic trading business.

    To read more, click on the document below:
    PDF icon 2014-CanDealInfographicRecap.pdf
  • Feb25 Intelligence
    OTC Intelligence - CSA Publishes Proposed National Instrument 94-101 – Mandatory Central Counterparty Clearing of Derivatives - February 25, 2015

    On February 12, 2015, the CSA released for public comment a proposed rule on the subject of mandatory central counterparty (CCP) clearing of over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives in Canada. The Clearing Rule sets out the requirements for implementing in Canada the G20 commitment to require that all standardized OTC derivatives be cleared through CCPs.

    The Clearing Rule is in the form of a National Instrument that will be applied across all jurisdictions in Canada, in contrast to the trade reporting rules which are different across the country and are in various stages of implementation. The Clearing Rule has been shaped by comment letters received by the CSA in response to the draft model rule that was previously published in 2013.

    To read more, click on the document below:
    PDF icon OTCIntelligence-25Feb2015-CSA94-101-MandatoryClearing.pdf

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