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Unlocking the Value of FX Data

  With more data available to FX market participants than ever before, the real value is in being able to interpret this data, says Maria Prata, managing director, global FX, at Deutsche Bank in a new video interview with Profit & Loss. Acknowledging that “data” has become something of a buzzword in the FX industry […]

What Really Happens to Markets Around Flash Crashes?

This content was sponsored by Deutsche Bank Several high profile flash crash episodes have been reported in recent years. Their frequent occurrence has raised concerns around the stability of the market, and has attracted attention from both regulators and market participants alike. In this article we highlight two of DB’s market-leading research pieces in this […]

Symphony Partners with Tencent to Connect to WeChat

The Symphony network has announced a partnership with Tencent to connect Symphony’s community of 450,000 global markets professionals with the Weixin platform (known as WeChat outside mainland China). The firm says the integration is the first of its kind and enables two major global communities to connect and conduct business. The initiative has been backed […]

CLS Appoints Hrvatin as CRO

CLS has named Deborah Hrvatin as chief risk officer – she will also join the CLS executive management committee. Hrvatin joins from Citi where she was global head of operational risk management for the bank’s Institutional Clients Group and CLS says as a specialist in risk management and strengthening controls, she is responsible for its […]

In the FICC of It

In this week’s podcast Colin Lambert gets to air some long-held grievances at market structure change when Galen Stops asks him, “any thoughts on the Deutsche Bank job cuts?” Our two podcasters look at the function of risk in the market, as well as the potential impact of what Lambert sees as a steady shift […]

Trader Walks Free in Euribor Trial

Former Deutsche Bank trader and managing director Andreas Hauschild has been acquitted of conspiracy to defraud at London’s Southwark Crown Court over the rigging of the Euro Interbank Offered Rate (Euribor) after being found not guilty of manipulating the benchmark rate during global financial crisis. The case was brought by the UK”s Serious Fraud Office […]

O’Flaherty Joins Westpac

Profit & Loss understands that Ian O’Flaherty has joined Westpac as head of digital solutions and client technology. Based in London, he will report to Sydney-based Giulio Katis, managing director and head of financial markets e-commerce at the bank. O’Flaherty has been consulting in the e-fixed income space since leaving Deutsche Bank in mid-2018 after a […]

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 […]

Cusack Swaps Citi for Deutsche Bank

Paul Cusack has joined Deutsche Bank’s FX prime brokerage (FXPB) team in London. Hired as a director, Cusack will report into Dave Reid, managing director, global head of FXPB at the bank. Prior to joining Deutsche Bank, Cusack spent 15 years at Citi, where he was also a director in the FXPB business. Cusack has […]