Broker-Dealers Spy Credit Trading Gap

A number of broker dealers, including CapRok Capital, Miller Tabak & Co. and Broadpoint Capital, have been bulking up or starting credit groups to challenge banks that are less willing, and in some cases, unwilling to use their balance sheets to buy and trade loans.

  • 09 Jan 2009
A number of broker dealers, including CapRok Capital, Miller Tabak & Co. and Broadpoint Capital, have been bulking up or starting credit groups to challenge banks that are less willing, and in some cases, unwilling to use their balance sheets to buy and trade loans. In many instances, ...

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