Tag: FairXchange


In the FICC of It

There’s a behavioural feel to this week’s podcast as Colin Lambert opens up with his views on the number of spoofers being brought to heel by the CFTC. He then moves onto another CFTC-related issue, wondering if questions should be asked of the management team that allowed Citi’s voice monitoring operation to descend into apparent […]

FairXchange Unveils Pricing Stack Analysis

Financial markets data science firm, FairXchange has added a new pricing stack analysis feature to its Horizon platform, a move the firm claims is “game changing’ by enabling financial institutions to make more informed, data driven decisions about how they interact with existing and prospective liquidity providers. By providing a complete view of a financial institution’s […]

Oanda Partners with FairXchange

Oanda has selected FairXchange to provide the firm with independent execution analytics. As part of the deal, FairXchange will provide Oanda with access to its Horizon platform, which offers tools and techniques that help users manage and optimise their e-FX business. Horizon, which was reviewed by Profit & Loss last year, is designed to facilitate […]

FairXchange Nabs Morgan Stanley QSI Head

Execution analytics firm FairXchange has made a statement with the hire of the head of Morgan Stanley’s client-facing quant team, Jian Chen, to be its head of data science. At Morgan Stanley, Chen worked within the bank’s highly-regarded QSI team where he focused on developing data-driven trading analytics, including its real-time TCA offering QSI React. […]

Sucden Adds to Execution Analysis

Sucden Financial has partnered with FairXchange, to provide its e-FX clients and partners with independent analysis of execution performance.

FairXchange is a data science firm specialising in microstructural analysis. It will supply Sucden with its Horizon platform, which provides users with tools to manage their e-FX businesses.

Wayne Roworth, co-head of e-FX at Sucden, says: “Partnering with FairXchange has enabled us to further enhance our client offering, as we remain at the forefront of innovation in our space. The need for transparent, independent data on performance has never been greater; it informs discussions with our clients and valued liquidity partners, as well as giving us unparalleled insight into our own business.”

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