In recent years there has been a significant re-pricing of credit, but are there more adjustments to come?
This will be one of the key themes addressed by speakers at the upcoming Profit & Loss conference on March 27.
Senior figures at Eaton Vance, Citi and JP Morgan will discuss some of the key factors impacting how credit is priced in the FX market, and discuss the major trends shaping post-trade decisions amongst trading firms.
Other talking points for the panel discussion will include:
- How are the structures of FXPB businesses changing in response to client demands?
- Will new rules imposing additional margin requirements for bilateral trading push more buy side firms towards FXPB and centrally cleared models?
- Where are market participants looking for post-trade efficiencies?
- Could changes in post-trade processing have an impact on market structure?
- Can FX create a path whereby credit disintermediation allows for peer-to-peer clearing
The New York event, which is free to attend for the buy side, will also feature panel sessions looking at trading in volatile markets, execution trends in FX and where allocators are looking to guide investment in 2019. To see the full agenda for the event, click here, or to register click here.