Manfred Wiebogen discusses the likely impact of the MiFID directive which come into operation in November 2007.
Peter D'Amario examines why FX users who have spurned e-trading in the past decide to give electronic trading a try — or are pressured to do so.
Sang Lee outlines why the FX market has witnessed a certain level of convergence across different customer segments.
As asset managers execute increasing volumes online they are starting to re-engineer their businesses models around growing their business through eFX. Frances Maguire reports.
Paul Ronan focuses on the technological impact associated with entering the retail FX market, and what banks should be doing to overcome the challenges involved.
Frances Maguire asks if the benefits of e-FX are still being held up by constraints in trading infrastructure and technology bottlenecks?
Heather McLean interviews major technology vendors and FX buy-side and sell-side players in the country.
By Donald Finucane, Vice President of Product Management and OTC Data Services, Interactive Data Real-Time Services
Steve Bird and Damien McAdam look at how real-time FX trading is currently defined and examine how close we actually are to achieving it.
Nicholas Pratt looks at why the pace of technology innovation in the FX market may change as a result of the emergence of online multi-bank portals, a booming retail market, more high frequency trading and a general desire for low latency transactions.
Chris Donnan explains why many vendors have begun to focus on what event processing has to offer for FX trading participants.
Nicholas Pratt investigates what technical and technology issues are involved in developing and deploying MRN for Algorithmic FX trading.
The recent growth of FX Prime Brokerage has been extraordinary and technology has had a central role in facilitating this. e-Forex invites John Colasanti, Head of Americas, FX Prime Brokerage sales at Citi, Ed Pla, Global Head of FX Prime Services at UBS, Marek Robertson, Head of FX Liquidity Solutions at Barclays Capital and Brian Duff, Head of Prime Brokerage, North America at RBS Greenwich Capital to discuss some of the key drivers and issues associated with this expanding industry.
Many describe latency as an unseen enemy that relentlessly nibbles away at profits. Like the cold and flu viruses that wreak havoc in the winter months, we know latency is there and we hope that it doesn’t make us sick.
With Bjorn Lundvall, head of e-commerce at Handelsbanken Capital Markets, Ruth Mackaman, head of e-FX Marketing and Product Development at Brown Brothers Harriman, Tom Roche, Global head of FX e-commerce at Standard Chartered Bank, Matt Thomas, Head of Prime Solutions, North America at RBS Global Banking & Markets, Stephane Malrait, Head of e-commerce Europe and Asia, Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking and Marco Pelizzoli, Head of FX Sales (Europe) Bank of America.
Jack Lemonik and Chip Lowry provide an overview of FIX 5.0 Foreign Exchange enhancements.
Over the last five years, many FX banks have discovered that they can make more money with less risk by outsourcing market-making. Justyn Trenner explains why we are now ready for a new stage in this evolving process.
Larry Levy interviews Matthew Klein Founder and CEO of the trading systems portal Collective2.com
Larry Levy looks at how the arrival of QuoteTrader, an order entry, quotes and charting package marks the arrival of an essentially new type of
Steve Oppenheimer and Thomas Parry outline how interest in automated trading models and algorithmic execution strategies for the foreign exchange market has grown significantly.
With Philip Brittan, global FX business manager at Bloomberg L.P.