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And Finally…

As flagged in Thursday’s column, I want to revisit the subject of pre-hedging and the FX Global Code – and it is timely to do so given that the US Supreme Court is expected to review Mark Johnson’s petition to have his case heard and, eventually, overturn his conviction. The “offense” committed by Johnson, even […]

And Finally…

There was a burst of correspondence following the news late last week that for EM FX trader Ashkay Aiyer had received a fine and a jail sentence for his role in what can generically be called the chat room scandal – some were questioning how his sanction sits against that for Mark Johnson, while others […]

Forex Network Chicago: A Virtual Conference with a Difference

Next week on September 23 and 24, Profit & Loss hosts the latest of its virtual conferences, Forex Network Chicago, but this time things are different, with the addition of virtual exhibition booths for delegates to pop into during breaks between the panels. Registered attendees will be able to enter our exhibitor booths to see […]

In the FICC of It

The move by Refinitiv to a 5ms data feed on its Spot Matching platform has grabbed Colin Lambert’s attention this week, leading him to call for an open debate in the FX industry over the length of last look windows. With both primary venues at 5ms, is it now the time for platforms to step […]

And Another Thing…

Compared to the mayhem of April, the June month-end WM/R 4pm Fix went off reasonably OK – there were no huge moves, just a steady grind lower by the dollar except for against the yen, where it was in demand for the second time that day (the first being the Tokyo rate set at 9.55am […]

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 […]

Fix, Settlement Risk on GFXC Radar

The Global Foreign Exchange Committee (GFXC) held a teleconference meeting on June 22 to discuss conditions in FX markets, part of which saw the committee focus in on activity around the London WM/R 4pm Fix and issues highlighted by last year’s Bank for International Settlements (BIS) Triennial Survey which revealed an increase in the proportion […]

And Finally…

Last week the Mark Johnson case took its latest turn with the filing of a Writ of Certiorari, which effectively asks the US Supreme Court to listen to an appeal against the judgement. This may be the last step along a long and painful road for Johnson, his family and friends, and, indeed, the foreign […]

In the FICC of It

On this week’s podcast Colin Lambert is joined by Xav Porterfield, head of research at New Change FX (NCFX), to discuss a new method of measuring execution quality – the unit cost of volatility (UCV). Porterfield explains how the measurement actually derives from a landmark market impact paper in the mid-1990s before the two delve […]

In the FICC of It

In this week’s podcast, P&L managing editor Colin Lambert takes a look at the week’s news, including a brief look at the month-end Fix and the “Friday phenomena” in liquidity, leading him to describe the overall experience as “not a good look for the market – although he does also ask the question, “has much […]