Foreign exchange house of the year

Foreign exchange house of the year


Increased demand for transparency and shorter-dated, simpler products shaped some of the main trends in the foreign exchange market during the past year. Higher volatility on a global level pulling currencies in different directions also led to more changeable risk appetite on the part of investors, which HSBC set out to address by taking a flexible approach that allowed the bank to create innovative solutions.

"We saw a lot of volatility in the market and people being indecisive in whether they

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