FRIC/Finance seminar with Haoxiang Zhu, MIT Sloan School of Management

On November 2, 2018 Haoxiang Zhu, MIT Sloan School of Management will be giving a seminar on the paper: "Swap Trading after Dodd-Frank: Evidence from Index CDS".

Friday, November 2, 2018 - 11:00 to 12:15

The Department of Finance and FRIC, Center for Financial Frictions, are proud to announce the upcoming seminar with Haoxiang Zhu, MIT Sloan School of Management.

Haoxiang Zhu will present:

PDF icon "Swap Trading after Dodd-Frank: Evidence from Index CDS"

Lynn Riggs
Esen Onur
David Reiffen
Haoxiang Zhu

The Dodd-Frank Act mandates that certain standard OTC derivatives, also known as swaps, must be traded on swap execution facilities (SEFs). Using message-level data, we provide a granular analysis of dealers' and customers' trading behavior on the two largest dealer-to-customer SEFs for index CDS. On average, a typical customer contacts few dealers when seeking liquidity. A theoretical model shows that the benefit of competition through wider order exposure is mitigated by an endogenous winner's curse problem. Consistent with the model, we find that order size, market conditions, and customer-dealer relationships are important empirical determinants of customers' choice of trading mechanism and dealers' liquidity provision.

Solbjerg Plads 3,
2000 Frederiksberg
Room: SPs03

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