A member firm can elect to register as a market maker in one or more securities but must be able to meet the obligations that are associated with the role. A basic requirement is for a market maker to make prices and deal either on the order book, off the order book or both.
The trading system's functionality determines some of the minimum requirements for a market maker, such as the minimum size of the quote.
The London Stock Exchange is pleased to share its 2021 Debt Capital Markets Review. The report provides an overview of global DCM activity and highlights from the London Stock Exchange, including key transactions and initiatives within the financial community.
Key Highlights include:Global Trends in the Debt Capital Markets – over £515 billion on London
2021 was a year that saw strong growth in the London Stock Exchange’s ETP range. Overall, there were 311 new ETPs across the year, divided into 181 ETFs and 130 other types of ETPs. This compares with 193 ETPs listed on the London Stock Exchange in 2020.
Lida Eslami, Head of Business Development, ETP and IOB, London Stock Exchange Group explains that the oth
Whilst 2020 was a year of resilience, 2021 was a year of opportunity.
The landscape changed and the markets were buoyant. We were at the heart of the action - helping our clients uncover new opportunities and growth; supporting issuers in raising capital to fund innovation and sustainability initiatives and supporting our trading clients in tapping into global liquidity.
2021 has been something of a landmark year for the London Stock Exchange and its Exchange Traded Products (ETPs).
Hetal Patel, Manager, Exchange Traded Products, London Stock Exchange, explains that on 3 February 2021, trading in ETPs accounted for 23 per cent of the total London Stock Exchange order book turnover.
The first Exchange Traded Fund (E