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 […]
The first thing to note is that the In the FICC of it podcast now available in the iTunes Store, so it will be even easier for you to get your weekly fix of our editors, Colin Lambert and Galen Stops, ranting and rambling about all the latest and greatest news in the FX industry each week! […]
John Arabadjis, head of markets macro strategy product and analytics at BNY Mellon, talks to Profit & Loss about the challenges associated with mining different data sources to produce new insights for investors. Profit & Loss: You were recently hired by BNY Mellon in the newly created role of head of markets macro strategy product […]
As can often be the case when writing an opinion column, I have been taken to task by the readership over the past couple of days over my criticism of “full amount” trading. To be fair to all parties, there is a big caveat, however, and that is that for this method to work my […]
Mosaic Smart Data, which offers real-time data analytics for FICC, has completed a $9 million investment round co-led by CommerzVentures and Octopus Ventures and including JP Morgan – an existing investor and client. Mosaic’s technology cleanses, normalises and enriches raw data, providing a consolidated real-time view and analysis across the flows of market activity. The […]
Morgan Stanley’s Matt Thomas, global head of MSET macro sales, and Jian Chen, head of quantitative solutions and innovations (QSI), explain how transaction cost analysis (TCA) is evolving into a real-time estimative framework tool. Profit & Loss: Talk to me about how you see transaction cost analysis (TCA) evolving in the FX space? Jian Chen: […]
Ahead of the unveiling of the 2019 Digital FX Awards for bank single dealer platforms tonight, Colin Lambert, managing editor of Profit & Loss, sat down with John Ashworth, CEO of Caplin Systems, for a special In the FICC of It podcast, sponsored by Caplin Systems. In this special our two podcasters looks at the […]
Speakers at the Profit & Loss Forex Network New York event highlighted that how you define, measure and respond to market impact when trading FX depends on a number of different variables. Opening the discussion ‘Market Impact – Finding Execution Styles that Work’ moderator Paul Aston, the CEO of Tixall Global Advisors, argued that while […]
MahiFX has announced its intention to sell its Financial Conduct Authority, Australian Securities and Investment Commission and New Zealand Financial Markets Authority licences.
The move signals an what the firm says is an “important strategic change” as it pivots away from providing retail FX brokerage services towards what it says is “core competency as a B2B technology provider to banks and brokers”.
David Cooney, co-founder and CEO of MahiFX, says, “The retail space is experiencing many of the challenges that the institutional space has been faced with for years.
Platform providers are becoming more conscious about the value of data, both for their businesses and their clients. Galen Stops takes a look at what this means for the FX industry.I f there is one consistent trend that emerges talking to all of the major OTC FX trading venues in 2019, it is that they’re all keen to emphasise the importance of data, both with regards to how they operate their businesses and how their clients operate theirs. On the one hand, FX trading venues are increasingly looking for ways to package and sell their market data, creating new revenue streams for the business. On the other, seemingly all of them are investing in developing trade analytics tools that will enable users of these platforms to derive greater insights from their trading activity and more effectively evaluate the liquidity and pricing available there.