Technology's impact on Sefs keeps growing, say Sefcon delegates

Technology has a crucial role to play, financial executives say

Sefcon V panel on Sef technology

Swap execution facilities (Sefs) have now been in place for a year, and it's becoming increasingly clear that while liquidity is king, technology has a crucial role to play, according to a panel of industry members that gathered to discuss Sef technology trends at the Sefcon V conference in New York this week, organised by the Wholesale Markets Brokers' Association Americas.

Chris Amen, managing director and head of US institutional rates markets for Tradeweb; Isaac Chang, global head of fixed

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