Godfried De Vidts, President of the ACI, looks for the reasons behind the improved market turnover highlighted in the recent BIS 2004 results.
Robin Poynder looks at some of the difficult problems facing banks in looking for the most efficient methods of distributing their transactional capability in the new eCommerce environment.
With both sides of the market converging, Mark Galant looks at how all FX clients will gain equal access to superior service and technology.
Each FX trading portal has distinctive features attracting a different client base. James Kemp looks at whether they are segmenting the FX market and what overall effect that might have.
Shane Galligan discusses the changing eFX needs of the buy-side and what effect this is having in driving demands on the sell-side to develop new, broader e-solutions.
There is some confusion surrounding the idea of Best Execution in the FX market. Chip Lowry shows how tricky it is to define and the difficulty to empirically prove it.
Charles-Henri Sabet outlines how the Internet revolution has brought lower trading costs and real-time information to liberate the investor and level the playing field for the manager of funds.
Susannah Quirion shows how, in the near future, asset managers should expect to see a complete automation of the FX process, with more deeply integrated OMS technology and functionality.
James Hodge looks at where the corporate demand for Online Trading and STP Platforms is coming from and how American and European firms may differ in their use of these platforms.
Derivative volumes continue to grow and Tom Binks explains how he and many of his industry colleagues expect to see a continued migration of business from voice to screen based trading.
Nicolas de Breteuil looks at the benefits of being able to offer an electronic Options trading platform and the sort of functionality it should offer.
Aviv Handler demonstrates how taking an asset-neutral, service-based component approach to trading systems represents a sustainable way of ensuring competitive service in the FX business.
As financial institutions strive for STP it
Rajeev Kotyan looks at the impact of downtime in the eFX marketplace and the two most prominent approaches to minimising it.
Stephen Dispenza answers questions about FX Prime Brokerage.
The new Forex trader: New tools, classic analysis Raghee Horner looks at how traders can best take advantage of the benefits that the Internet and advanced web technology brings.
In our FORUM 4 major players discuss issues surrounding Online FX Research & Analytics.
Refco: using Currenex to meet the demands of an extensive customer base.
A technology to bring voice brokers in the FX arena into the 21st century
The key to client acquisition and satisfaction 4 major FX providers discuss the key questions.
David Ogg discusses how the aggregation of portal and single bank liquidity will provide a new paradign for improving eFX.
The concept of automated trading has attracted rapidly growing interest in recent years. Andy Webb looks at a key focus for this growing interest which is high frequency autotrading.
With Tom Roche, Managing Director, Global Head of eCommerce & Agency Treasury Services, The Royal Bank of Scotland Financial Markets
Shane Smith talks about the changing needs of the retail equity investor and the emerging importance of FX research in investment decisions.