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anonymous trading

In the FICC of It

In this week’s podcast P&L’s managing editor Colin Lambert is joined by Guy Debelle, chair of the Global Foreign Exchange Committee, to discuss the recently released survey of attitudes towards the FX Global Code. From the latest on the debate around last look, pre-hedging and mark ups, to the effectiveness of the Code, the survey’s […]

In the FICC of It

There is a packed agenda for Galen Stops’ last In the FICC of It podcast as he and Colin Lambert discuss a busy week in FX markets – especially if you’re in the survey business! After Lambert salutes Refinitiv for its gesture in donating brokerage to the Australian bushfire relief effort and Martin Mead on […]

GFXC Issues Report into Anonymous Trading

The Global Foreign Exchange Committee (GFXC) has released a report The Role of Disclosure and Transparency on Anonymous E-Trading Platforms alongside the results of its 2019 survey of attitudes towards the FX Global Code ahead of the impending three-year review. The anonymous trading report maps out and describes the current e-trading platform landscape, with a […]

BIS Markets Committee Calls for Wider Adoption of FX Global Code

In an open letter to Global FX Committee (GFXC) chair Guy Debelle, the head of the Bank for International Settlements’ (BIS) Markets Committee, Jacqueline Loh, has called for greater adoption of the FX Global Code, especially amongst asset managers. Ahead of the first three-year review of the Code, the letter also urges the GFXC to […]

GFXC to Add Algo Guidance to FX Global Code

The Global Foreign Exchange Committee (GFXC) at its meeting in Sydney this week established five areas of focus for its work to maintain the FX Global Code, with algo execution and transaction cost analysis (TCA) being added to the existing workstreams around buy side outreach, disclosures, anonymous trading and execution principles. According to GFXC chair […]

And Finally…

This week sees the Global FX Committee meet in Sydney for a meeting that is largely going to focus on the subject matter for the first three-year review of the FX Global Code. I will be very surprised if the key themes for the review are not buy side engagement, disclosures, anonymous trading and certain […]

In the FICC of It

After upsetting non-bank market makers and then banks in recent weeks, Colin Lambert takes a shot at the buy side in this week’s In the FICC of It podcast when Galen Stops asks him, “will the buy side adopt the FX Global Code?” Our two podcasters discuss next year’s review of the Code as Stops […]

P&L Talk Series with Guy Debelle

As he assumes the reins of the Global FX Committee, Reserve Bank of Australia deputy governor Guy Debelle talks to Colin Lambert about the impact of the FX Global Code and the importance of maintaining momentum as the GFXC seeks to broaden its reach. Colin Lambert: We are now more than two years on from […]

GFXC Releases Initial Views on Anonymous Venue Disclosures

As part of its report on disclosures and transparency, the Global Foreign Exchange Committee (GFXC) has unveiled some initial views on a second stream of work by its disclosures working group on practices in the anonymous e-trading platform sector.
The work centred on the knowledge of counterparties and expectations around counterparty behaviour, although the report does note that given that the landscape of e-trading platforms is diverse with different features and business models across infrastructure providers and users, the working group will continue work to consider this portion of the disclosure landscape