And Finally…

It was 10 years ago that Profit & Loss unveiled its FX Hall of Fame, intended to recognise the achievements of the senior and not so senior members of our industry that have made a difference. The founding class highlighted the span we hope to achieve with the Hall of Fame, the inaugural members being from […]
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In the FICC of It

In this week’s lively and extended podcast Colin Lambert and Galen Stops mange to disagree on just about everything as they dig into the details around the announcement that Citi has given notice to four of the biggest non-bank market makers in FX and discuss the potential implications for the industry as a whole. They […]
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And Finally…

As more institutions seek to offer algo execution, specifically involving multi-ticket orders, I sense that the approach they will have to take must differ from the first movers some years ago. As the next generation comes through it is likely to see an uptick in volumes executed by these means, which will be good news […]
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In the FICC of It

In this week’s podcast Colin Lambert is keen to find out more from Galen Stops about a new peer-to-peer FX platform being created, we’re not sure but this interest may stem from his recent statement that anyone who thinks the concept could work lives in “Narnia Land” This week’s episode also takes a look at […]
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And Another Thing…

Without innovation the world stagnates and this is as true in financial markets as anywhere else, however I sense that people are starting to feel a little overwhelmed by the continued fintech revolution – there are, some people suggest to me, just too many ideas out there at the moment and identifying the good ones […]
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And Finally…

I’ll keep this short and not-so-sweet as it’s a holiday here today, but I thought I would share an interesting article I read in the Sydney Morning Herald over the weekend. Most of you will probably be aware that there was a general election in Australia last month and what was termed in many quarters […]
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In the FICC of It

In the FICC of it is one year old this week, and, aside from expressing surprise they got this far, Colin Lambert and Galen Stops celebrate by plunging into two of the themes covered in the first podcast that still resonate today. Stops talks about the evolution of Euronext FX and has two questions for […]
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And Another Thing…

I have had a chance now to listen to the oral arguments given in the Mark Johnson appeal and while my underlying belief that this is a wrong conviction remains unshaken it is also clear to me that few involved in this case from the legal fraternity actually understand foreign exchange markets and how they […]
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And Finally…

I have been keen in the past (appropriately so I still believe) to argue that the FX industry could do much more to help Mark Johnson fight his case and appeal against conviction for misconduct. The judges are apparently now considering whether striking down the conviction would mean a return to the “wild west” in […]
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In the FICC of It

Remember to download and subscribe to In the FICC of It at the Apple iTunes store and this week you can enjoy Colin Lambert and Galen Stops stepping into tricky territory by discussing actual economic things! As always seems to be the case Lambert is mystified by a US government decision, while Stops suddenly has […]
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