Five Reasons for Asset Managers Consider to Outsourced Trading
In asset management, as in any other business, firms decide which of their competencies are core and which are ancillary activities that could be outsourced to firms that have demonstrated these activities are their core competencies. Increasingly, trading is one of them.
CF Global for Fixed Income
At the request of multi-asset clients, we've added fixed income to the CF Global product range.
Pandemic Pushes Asia Fund Managers to Consider Outsource Trading
(Bloomberg) -- Firms such as State Street Corp. and CF Global that offer outsourced trading services are seeing more inquiries in Asia as fund managers and family offices look to cut costs and set up contingency plans. * Asian family offices have been reluctant to seek outside help * Asset managers are outsourcing to cut costs as margins shrink 2021-11-15
CF Global Trading COVID-19 Update
CF Global Trading is closely monitoring the spread of COVID-19 to determine whether any changes need to be made in the processes, staffing, and systems we use to support our service.
CF Global Outsourced Trading Adds Hedge Fund Trader
CF Global Trading LLC, a leading provider of outsourced trading solutions, has appointed former Co-Head of Trading at Indus Capital Howard Rhee as Head of Derivatives.
Outsourced Trading: The future of the buy-side desk?
With an increasing number of buy-side firms turning to outsourced trading providers in recent years, Hayley McDowell finds out how providers really operate and differ from agency brokers, and examines what benefits opting for outsourced execution can offer to the asset management industry.
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