Godfried De Vidts looks at the prospect of machines taking over some of the basic trading functions.
Ethical e-FX: self-policing and supervision versus regulation Mark Synder outlines why ethics matter in the foreign exchange market and how market-based discipline plus supervision equals a healthy marketplace.
Peter D'Amario assesses the importance of Hedge Funds, Real-Money managers and the Retail market in driving current e-trading growth.
Harrell Smith examines the growing importance of the ECN model in electronic FX trading.
Frances Maguire writes about the advantages of trading on a regulated exchange.
Andy Webb looks at the challenges facing banks who need to stream quotes across multiple FX portals.
Dave Clarke describes how High Net Worth clients have been overlooked by many FX eCommerce groups.
Robin Poynder looks at the choices facing banks wishing to offer new e-commerce services.
Peter Kelleher outlines the range of solutions that are required to cater for the growth of margin trading.
Harpal Sandhu outlines how by leveraging on-demand data and service grid technology, FX market participants will be able to better manage their businesses.
Chip Lowry illustrates how the emergence of EMSs for trade aggregation together with confirmation/ settlement initiatives are helping to improve the eFX value proposition.
Heather McLean talks to a variety of managers to see how eFX technology is helping them succeed.
Devin Graham explains why the future success of FX prime brokerage will rely heavily on technological advances.
Paul Hodgson shows how we are now well on the road towards successfully trading across asset classes.
Roger Bright shows how the systems responsible for RFQs, credit, execution, risk management and back office processing are maturing and why we need to improve the way they talk to each other.
Andy Webb examines e-FX within the country.
Heather McLean interviews a selection of online FX brokers to see how e-trading technology is impacting on their relationships with clients.
Greg Surman looks at how the demand for Price Engine solutions is evolving from "more features" towards a mix of "raw performance
Yaacov Heidingsfeld illustrates how advances in technology are facilitating the challenge of meeting increased demand for deal flow by enabling the development of more intelligent FX pricing and rate engine solutions.
Carl Martin explains how, with the right rate engine, pricing tool and trading venue, every provider can deliver the levels of speed, quality and service need to build a successful FX business.
John Brennan sets out why upgrading and adapting pricing engines to meet the demands of the marketplace is currently a priority for many financial institutions.
e-Forex talks with Christopher Cruden.
With The Royal Bank of Scotland, Calyon, Abn Amro, HSBC and Citibank.
With Progress Software, Portware, LatentZero, Lava Trading, Orc Software and FlexTrade.