Tag: CLOB

CLOB

EBS Plans Matching Engine Changes as Part of Migration to Globex

EBS is planning to change how clients match on its EBS Market platform as part of a planned migration to CME Globex, including a new matching engine infrastructure. The firm, which was bought by CME Group in 2018, is in the throes of migrating its fixed income BrokerTec platform to Globex later this year and […]

Trad-X Adds Two to IRD CLOB

Interest rate derivative trading platform Trad-X has added UniСredit as a dealer and Actiam as a non-dealer to its dealer-to-client (D2C) electronic central limit order book (CLOB), highlighting, the firm claims, the growing momentum behind the model in Europe UniCredit will join existing dealers JP Morgan, BNP Paribas and Commerzbank in providing liquidity to non-dealers. […]

And Finally…

This week sees yet another change in the platform world with, as discussed during our first Dial-in Day in April, Refinitiv Matching releasing a 5ms data stream, bringing it in line with the top feed at EBS Market. This is the latest in a mini-rush of changes at ECN/platform level, following Euronext FX’s change to […]

In the FICC of It

Colin Lambert flies solo on this week’s podcast, thanks to the sheer weight of news. So the agenda ticks quite a few “Lambert Boxes”, starting with his thoughts over the changing role of the Global Foreign Exchange Committee after this week’s virtual meeting, especially that group mentioning publicly, for the first time in a formal […]

Cboe FX Launches New CLOB

Cboe FX has unveiled Cboe FX Central, a central limit order book (CLOB) that, according to the company, “rewards liquidity providers in real time for the value they provide”. The launch is scheduled for June 29 and will cover EUR/USD, USD/JPY, Cable, AUD/USD, USD/CAD, USD/CHF and USD/CNH. Under the new model, participants receive market data […]

Digital Vega Continues Expanding Ahead of 2020 Launches

Digital Vega is continuing to ramp up its business ahead of a series of new launches this year with the hire of Rob Wemyss as a non-executive director and head of business development. Wemyss, who joins after 25 years with JP Morgan where he was global head of FX options, is the latest in a […]

EBS Claims African NDF First

CME Group’s EBS says it has conducted the first ever African NDF trade on a central limit order book (CLOB) trading platform with a one-month dollar-Kenyan shilling NDF executed on EBS Market between Bank of America and Citi. The firm says it has also added one-month pairs for the dollar against the Nigerian naira, the […]

360T: Executing On Its FX Strategy

2018 saw 360T – part of Deutsche Börse Group since 2015 – make a number of changes to its business, both internally and externally. Internally, there was a significant turnover within the group’s senior management. Alfred Schorno left after 15 years at 360T, with Sebastian Hofmann-Werther replacing him as head of EMEA at the firm; Christian Schuhegger left his role as head of technology and was replaced by Jens Kramer, and Matthew Kuppe changed from having a regional role covering APAC to a product-focused role based in Sydney, with Andrew Jones named as managing director for APAC in his stead. In addition, Jens Quiram (Eurex) was added to the group’s executive board and Vincent Sangiovanni joined as part of the GTX acquisition that was announced in May 2018 and retains responsibility for running that platform. “

360T: Executing On Its FX Strategy

2018 saw 360T – part of Deutsche Börse Group since 2015 – make a number of changes to its business, both internally and externally. Internally, there was a significant turnover within the group’s senior management. Alfred Schorno left after 15 years at 360T, with Sebastian Hofmann-Werther replacing him as head of EMEA at the firm; Christian Schuhegger left his role as head of technology and was replaced by Jens Kramer, and Matthew Kuppe changed from having a regional role covering APAC to a product-focused role based in Sydney, with Andrew Jones named as managing director for APAC in his stead. In addition, Jens Quiram (Eurex) was added to the group’s executive board and Vincent Sangiovanni joined as part of the GTX acquisition that was announced in May 2018 and retains responsibility for running that platform. “

LMAX Exchange: Master of Its Own Destiny

“2018 was a transitional year for foreign exchange,” reflects David Mercer, CEO of LMAX Exchange Group. The first thing he points to in order to back up this claim is the impact of new regulations, which changed the way that LMAX Exchange did business in a number of areas. For example, because of Mifid II, it had to separate its brokerage and its Multilateral Trading Facility (MTF) businesses, LMAX Global and LMAX Exchange, respectively. This process largely consisted of vast piles of paperwork as the firm was forced to re-paper clients. In addition, Mercer says that in 2018 there was a reconfigurement of the FX market structure, driven in large part by the FX Global Code and the entrance of larger exchange groups into the OTC market via platform acquisitions.