EM currencies to get the best of the OTC and exchange worlds
Analysts extrapolate from £1.8bn FCA fine
This three-part series looks at the various factors that firms across the ecosystem of global FX markets - from the buy-side, the sell-side, and the supporting community of technology vendors and service providers - should consider in order to, not just survive, but to thrive in this dynamic and ever-changing environment.
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Isolating traders to prevent manipulation
Sefs agree a lack of clarity on reporting requirements has created an inconsistent and fragmented view of trading activity
Going forwards (checking backwards)
Volume was up across forex products in the UK and US in April 2013, with nearly $1 trillion traded daily in the US and more than $2.5 trillion in the UK
Banks are staffing up for a livelier foreign exchange forwards market, but taint of Libor rigging is limiting pool of new traders
The Basel Committee decided earlier this year to include collateral outflows arising from changes in derivatives values in bank liquidity requirements. Their suggested approach, however, has worried...
Don't go CoCo
With the 'London Whale' modelling failures still casting a shadow over the industry, BAML model risk head advocates ongoing testing
Traditional bond buyers worry about tail risks in CRD IV-compliant capital instruments, but analysts are predicting up to €200 billion of issuance
The end of the waterfall
Clearing houses need flexibility to determine correct course of action, says head of risk at Eurex Clearing
Bank of England deputy governor says cross-border agreements can overcome national barriers to resolution
The Federal Reserve is planning a radical departure from traditional supervision by requiring the local offshoots of foreign banks to meet US capital and liquidity rules. Overseas banks are furious ...
EC "very concerned" about capital and liquidity proposals, says chief executive of the European Banking Federation
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