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The Real Deal
Numerous firms have spotted an opportunity to capitalise on the current credit constraints in the FX market by offering a “prime-of-prime” solution. But what are the different models being operated by these firms and what should market participants be looking at in order to spot the real deal? Galen Stops reports. It’s no secret that over the past couple of years, some of the biggest FX prime brokers (FXPBs) have been off-boarding existing clients, while simultaneously raising the bar in terms of the capital requirements for new clients. But while the willingness of these banks to extend credit has reduced, the need for market participants to access it in order to trade the FX market has not, as noted in the introduction to this special report.

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