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IIAC’s Jack Rando on Canadian Bond Market Transparency, Liquidity

IIAC’s Jack Rando on Canadian Bond Market Transparency, Liquidity

 

 

Jack Rando, IIAC’s Managing Director of Capital Markets, presented the industry’s perspectives on debt market transparency at the 2014 Bloomberg Canadian Fixed Income Conference on September 30th.  Jack was interviewed by Bloomberg’s Managing Editor, David Scanlan. 

 

The 10-minute interview is available here.

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The IIAC at Bloomberg’s Canadian Fixed Income Conference

The IIAC at Bloomberg’s Canadian Fixed Income Conference

Jack Rando, IIAC Managing Director of Capital Markets, will be presenting Canada’s investment industry’s perspectives on debt market transparency at the 2014 Bloomberg Canadian Fixed Income Conference. 

Date:   Tuesday, September 30, 2014 

Time:   Registration and breakfast – 8:00 a.m.Conference adjourns – 4:10 p.m. 

Jack’s panel runs from 3:10 p.m. to 3:40 p.m. and can be viewed live on Bloomberg TV.

Location: Bloomberg Headquarters731 Lexington Ave. (between 58th & 59th Streets)New York, NY 10022 

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Recommended Debt Market Closings for Labour Day Holiday

Recommended Debt Market Closings for Labour Day Holiday

Member firms are reminded that the IIAC Debt Markets Committee recommends that domestic bond and money markets be closed Monday, September 1, 2014 in observance of Labour Day. An early close (1:00 pm ET) is recommended for Friday, August 29, 2014. 

These are recommendations only and member firms are individually responsible for deciding whether their fixed-income desks remain open for trading. 

Click here to view the IIAC’s 2014 Schedule of Recommended Closings. 

If you have any questions on recommended closing dates, please contact Jack Rando.

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Recommended Debt Market Closings for Canada Day Holiday

Recommended Debt Market Closings for Canada Day Holiday

Member firms are reminded that the IIAC Debt Markets Committee recommends that domestic bond and money markets be closed Tuesday, July 1, 2014 in observance of Canada Day. An early close (1:00 pm ET) is recommended for the preceding day, Monday, June 30. 

These are recommendations only and member firms are individually responsible for deciding whether their fixed-income desks remain open for trading. 

Click here to view the IIAC’s 2014 Schedule of Recommended Closings. 

If you have any questions on recommended closing dates, please contact Jack Rando.

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Schedule of Recommended Closings of the Domestic Bond and Money Markets

Schedule of Recommended Closings of the Domestic Bond and Money Markets

The IIAC’s Jack Rando, Managing Director, Capital Markets, reminds member firms that the IIAC Debt Market Committee has recommended a closure of domestic bond and money markets in observance of Good Friday, Friday, April 18, 2014 preceded with a recommended early close (1:00 pm ET) on Thursday, April 17.   These are recommendations only and member firms are individually responsible for deciding whether their fixed-income desks remain open for trading.

Click here to view the IIAC’s 2014 Schedule of Recommended Closings.

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IIAC Responds to Bank of Canada Deputy Governor Timothy Lane’s Comments on Financial Benchmarking Reforms

IIAC Responds to Bank of Canada Deputy Governor Timothy Lane’s Comments on Financial Benchmarking Reforms

In response to today’s speech by Bank of Canada Deputy Governor Timothy Lane regarding the central bank’s views on global reforms for financial benchmarks, the IIAC issued the following statement:

In light of the investigations and enforcement actions regarding attempted manipulation of major international financial benchmarks, the IIAC and its member firms fully support measures aimed at reinforcing market confidence in these benchmarks which will certainly benefit investors and the real economy.

“Benchmark prices are at the core of traded financial markets. A sound framework that ensures accurate and representative prices, broad dissemination to investors, and is subject to vigorous … Continue reading

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