Derivatives markets are opaque by design. You only know the firms you trade with. What about the rest?
Counterparty Radar scours the filings of thousands of US mutual funds to reveal the most popular dealers and most active managers in eight different instruments, including credit and interest rate swaps. Users can create their own peer comparisons, inform counterparty selection, and get a headstart in client prospecting and optimisation.
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State Street shot up the FX forwards dealer rankings of US mutual funds in Q1 2022, taking advantage of Goldman Sachs losing over half of its market share and Citi’s continuous decline. State Street added $39.7 billion to its book, reaching a total of approximately $96 billion in notional amounts. The Boston-based dealer owe a good share of its growth to Vanguard, having secured some of the manager’s largest trades.Access the data