Godfried De Vidts looks at the impact that the Hedge Fund industry is having on the FX market.
Heather Maclean talks to Reuters and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange about the launch of their worldwide electronic foreign exchange marketplace initiative, FXMarketSpace.
Frances Maguire reports on the continuing battle over market share between the banks and the FX portals which both claim they are winning.
Larry Tabb outlines why there will be greater pressure on dealers and execution platforms to open their data and generate the metrics needed so firms can truly measure their trading costs.
Andrew Yao discusses why Execution Management Systems are likely to play a big role in the FX trading environment and illustrates how they differ from traditional OMS's.
Frances Maguire looks at why, just two years since the first electronic options facilities began appearing, the banks now believe the time is right for more exotic options to be executed online.
Art Sedighi sheds some light on the applications of Grid Computing in the FX trading market.
S. Keao Caindec outlines how innovation in network services will keep pace with the significant changes in the flow of trades that the eFX market is likely to experience.
Heather McLean examines e-FX within the region.
Yaacov Heidingsfeld looks at why institutions looking to grow transaction volumes and profitability should examine the benefits of a commercially-available FX Global Order Book.
John C. Groetch discusses the complexities that need to be addressed by a modern order monitoring application and some of the advantages of enhancing the capabilities of FX order management platforms.
Jon Martin examines the business case for e-FX Order management and outlines why an integrated e-FX Order Management capability creates pressure on optimising efficiencies within the sales and trading lines.
Jeremy Smart examines the key challenges that Algorithmic FX trading poses for banks and the consequences for those banks that fail to embrace the changes required.
Sean Gilman explains what algorithmic trading models can do for the FX trader by improving execution performance through better order management and strategies that reduce market impact.
What types of algorithm are likely to prove popular in the FX environment and what hurdles may need to be overcome if FX algorithms are to take off? Andy Webb investigates.
Carl Martin examines the potential that Algorithmic trading has to change markets and society as we currently know it.
We go behind the scenes at Volume Bank to see how one imaginary bank is coping with its first Algorithmic trading model deployment.
With FXall and the Royal Bank of Scotland.
Paddy Osborn analyses the pros and cons of service distribution and examines developments that will shape the future delivery of FX market data and technical analysis.