Anthony Peters, SwissInvest strategist
Anthony is from Manchester but was educated in Germany and Switzerland before taking a degree in History and Politics in his home town. He trained in banking in Zurich. Since 1987 he has been back in the City where he worked in fixed income sales. Since 2008 he has been with SwissInvest from where he services his institutional clients and comments on markets.
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THE RESPONSE TO my piece last week on the pitfalls of best execution policies has been overwhelming and I have chosen to look a bit deeper at the state of the bond markets. The lack of volumes and the absence of liquidity in global fixed-income trading have become oppressive and although the pursuit of “best-ex” is not the reason for the misery, it adds to the many factors that are causing dealers and investors alike so much trouble.
Peters on bank profits, political risk and chocolate-covered sofas
Anthony Peters’ view from the Rhineland and a call for a little Christian charity.
- Arming the ECB
- Best-ex, worst-ex
- Paper Colossus
- Greek grabfest
- Wielding kitchen sinks
- Investment libido's beer goggles
- Bubble trouble