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Campbell & Company

Harris Departs Campbell & Company

Michael Harris has left his role as president of Campbell & Company. A spokesperson for the firm tells Profit & Loss that Campbell reached a mutual agreement with Harris to step down from his role in order “to pursue other opportunities”. “We are genuinely thankful to Mike for his leadership and endless drive in all […]

FX: A Relationship Business

Mike Harris, President of Campbell & Company, talks about the changing dynamics of trading relationships over the past 20 years and why he’s still bullish on FX as an asset class. Profit & Loss: When you think back to 1999, what was the biggest difference between FX trading then and now? Mike Harris: The biggest […]

FX and the Big Bang Theory

As electronic trading went mainstream, it created an explosion of growth in the market. But has this growth run out of steam? Galen Stops takes a look. The Big Bang Theory – in addition to being a popular American sitcom – is a well-known scientific thesis that posits the universe started with a small singularity […]

FX TCA: Easy to Do Wrong, Hard to Do Right

Although the clamour for transaction cost analysis (TCA) tools is growing amongst buy side firms, they face numerous challenges if they are going to use them effectively, said panelists at Profit & Loss’ Forex Network New York conference.  “Best execution has never been more in focus, and there are two main reasons for this,” said […]