OTC derivatives reform will lead to algo boom, banks predict

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Banks predict algo trading boom

Market reforms currently being implemented in the derivatives market will lead to a dramatic rise in the use of algorithms to execute over-the-counter trades, dealers predict.

A requirement in the Dodd-Frank Act for all clearing-eligible contracts to be traded on swap execution facilities (Sefs) means the lion's share of OTC volumes will flow through an array of new electronic trading venues in future. As a result, standardised trades will be more common and the bid/offer spreads will be tighter

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