Fixed Income Leaders Summit APAC 2017

September 26-September 28, 2017

The Westin, Singapore

Contact Us: 65 6722 9455

A Snapshot of the Asian Fixed Income Market

To discover what the key industry players are planning over the short to mid-term, we have compiled the findings from our latest survey conducted with the attendees (senior buy side fixed income professionals) of Fixed Income Leaders APAC Summit 2017.

This study was designed to offer the industry a benchmark and the following graphs provide insights into some of the key challenges, the hottest topics and spend priorities for some of the leading buy side companies operating in Asia.


Attendee List

With job titles such as Global/Regional Head of Fixed Income Trading, Head of Fixed Income, Portfolio Manager, Head of Execution, Chief Investment Officer, Head of Bonds and Head of Derivatives, the Fixed Income Leaders Summit is the only APAC conference dedicated to the buy side with 200 buy side participants under one roof.

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Fixed Income Leaders Summit APAC 2017 Sponsorship Brochure

The Fixed Income Leaders Summit is the only conference to bring together heads of Fixed Income trading from leading buy side and sell side institutions across APAC. These decision makers are attending Fixed Income Leaders Summit in Singapore to meet credible partners who can help them improve their trading performance.


A Snapshot of European Fixed Income Markets - Sponsorship

Fixed income markets are in the process of radical change, with regulation, innovation and new entrants completely shaking up the market structure. In an asset class where trades have conventionally occurred bilaterally, the ways in which buy side and sell side traders interact is changing as the search for liquidity continues.

This study was designed to offer the industry a benchmark. To identify the key challenges, spend priorities and trading strategies which the buy side is undertaking to adapt to new fixed income markets.


Research.com - The Rise of Online Research Marketplaces

This follow-on report examines the readiness of buy- and sell-side players for the legislative changes coming into force in January 2018, and predicts fundamental changes in the investment research environment as online research marketplaces (ORMs) make their mark.


Insights: Don't Bank On It - An In-Depth Look at Banking's Talent Crisis

This comprehensive report takes an in-depth look at the evolution of investment banks’ talent propositions post-GFC, how they align with employees’ priorities and the sizeable costs of the industry’s growing talent crisis.


Post Show Report: Fixed Income Leaders Summit 2016

This year, the Fixed Income Leaders Summit came to Singapore with
a bang, and truly established itself as THE must-attend fixed income
gathering in Asia.

With 200 attendees, and close to half of these attendees representing
leading Asian asset managers and hedge funds, Fixed Income
APAC delivered on its promise to provide a market leading buy side
focused event.


A Snapshot of European Fixed Income Markets

Fixed income markets are in the process of radical change, with regulation, innovation and new entrants completely shaking up the market structure. In an asset class where trades have conventionally occurred bilaterally, the ways in which buy side and sell side traders interact is changing as the search for liquidity continues.

This survey was completed by 100 senior buy side fixed income professionals made up primarily of Heads of Fixed Income Trading, CEOs and senior management from leading asset managers and hedge funds.


Winning Partnerships : Buy Side View of Broker Relationships

A Presentation by Double Haven at Fixed Income Leaders Summit 2016 on Winning Partnerships : Buy Side View of Broker Relationships


Fixed Income USA- A Snapshot of Fixed Income in North America

This study was designed to offer an industry benchmark - Identifying the key challenges, spend priorities and trading strategies the buy-side are undertaking to adapt to new fixed income markets. This survey was completed by 100 senior buy-side fixed income professionals made up primarily of Heads of Fixed Income Trading, CEOs and senior management from leading asset managers and hedge funds.