Volatility in the foreign exchange spot market will persist into next year and beyond, according to industry professionals who spoke at Tuesday’s FX Trading Network,…
How did CBOE and Livevol find each other and then come to terms on a deal?
Anshu Jain, the former co-chief executive of Deutsche Bank, said financial services have been protected from disruptive technology by regulation but there will be big…
Market-maker compression, exchange fragmentation are among pressing issues.
The European Securities and Markets Authority’s decision to choose an instrument by instrument approach for defining bond liquidity has stirred debate and will have important implications for new regulations in 2017.
The global bank-messaging cooperative SWIFT plans to put cyber-security and resiliency front and center at its annual user meeting in mid-October. “Cyber security is certainly…
RSRCHXchange has launched an online marketplace to make it easier for buy-side firms to purchase research ahead of new regulations on unbundling coming into force in Europe in 2017.
In institutional FX, finding the other side of a trade has become more challenging in an increasingly fragmented and fast-moving electronic marketplace.
Unveiling of technical standards opens new stage in prep for MiFID II.
European derivative trade repositories UnaVista, a unit of the London Stock Exchange Group, and the Depository Trust and Clearing Corp. plan to offer a new…
Regulatory developments, technological advances and an evolving structure are among the primary themes of the institutional foreign exchange market.
The Bank of England’s Jonathan Ward said market liquidity was too cheap before the financial crisis and regulators want to ensure this does not happen again.
How much of the costs will sell-side banks be able to pass along to their buy-side customers, and how much will they have to eat?
There is no one tried-and-true method to introduce innovation within financial institutions, but there may be a method for each organization, according to a recent…
‘Build what makes sense to build, and buy what’s more generic.’
A third of buy-side firms are concerned that new regulations will increase the cost of collateral and clearing services and that some brokers may be less willing to offer these products.
ForexClear, part of the London Stock Exchange’s clearing unit LCH.Clearnet, has cleared more than $3 trillion in non-deliverable forwards as it plans to enter the larger market of clearing foreign exchange options next year.
After a very long period of anticipation, an interest-rate rise — this week or not — may prove anticlimactic.
European portfolio managers are expecting to buy more research using hard currency as regulators in the region propose changes to payments for research.
In equities trading there has been a shift in the balance of power to the buy side, according to consultancy Greyspark Partners.