Boston, July 28, 2022 – Proponents of an expanded utilization of bond exchange-traded funds (ETFs) argue that fixed income ETFs not only provide an additive source of fixed income liquidity and exposure but also a novel means of price discovery for the underlying cash bonds. As such, they are seen as a panacea for the inefficiencies of the fixed income markets. Proponents take it further, positing that bond ETFs are increasingly necessary shock absorbers to support wider market dislocations.
This brief is the first in a series of Aite-Novarica Group research papers tracking the electronification occurring within the global fixed income marketplace and market structure consequences of further evolution.
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This report mentions Bank of International Settlements, BlackRock iShares, Bloomberg, and State Street SPDR.