The availability of liquidity remains the top concern for traders according to the 2021 J.P. Morgan FICC e-Trading survey. Which macro-structural developments, execution trends and regulatory initiatives could shape how market participants interact and access liquidity? In this podcast episode, Kate Finlayson, global head of FICC Market Structure, sits down with her team, Barnaby Hodgkins and Meridy Cleary, to discuss a few of these key drivers, including ESMA’s final report on organized trading facilities, liquidity dynamics post Brexit, US Treasury market structure reform and the development of digital assets.


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