Tag: TCA

TCA

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 […]

And Another Thing…

The agenda established by the Global Foreign Exchange Committee for the focus of the impending three-year review of the FX Global Code was not expected to surprise – and it didn’t. As I argued in Monday’s column the key factors in need of discussion and review largely surround execution – although I have to acknowledge […]

GFXC to Add Algo Guidance to FX Global Code

The Global Foreign Exchange Committee (GFXC) at its meeting in Sydney this week established five areas of focus for its work to maintain the FX Global Code, with algo execution and transaction cost analysis (TCA) being added to the existing workstreams around buy side outreach, disclosures, anonymous trading and execution principles. According to GFXC chair […]

And Finally…

I am writing this sitting in a US airport awaiting my flight home – that airport is JFK in New York and, thanks to a short delay, I cannot help but think that just a few years ago it was here that Mark Johnson was arrested and commenced a period of hell that few, if […]

Virtu Adds Benchmarks for FX TCA

Virtu Financial is expanding its FX transaction cost analysis (TCA) offering with the addition of new high precision, low latency FX TCA benchmarks. The new FX benchmarks leverage Virtu’s technology platform and experience as a liquidity provider to the global FX markets to provide Virtu’s unbiased view of fair value at any point in time. […]

Greenwich Claims 25% Increase in FX Algo Trading

A new report from Greenwich Associates claims that the adoption of algos by FX market participants has increased by 25% year-on-year. “As FX market participants adopt sophisticated pre- and post-trade analytics enhanced by artificial intelligence and machine learning, the potential benefits of algo trading are becoming clear, and hedge funds and real money accounts are […]

NAB Survey Highlights Growing Internalisation at Fund Managers

As well as highlighting a greater focus on currency amongst managers, the NAB 2019 Superannuation FX Survey also highlights changing FX business structures at funds with a growing number taking more care over their execution policies. The survey confirms the 2017 survey’s finding that currency risk is an important consideration in their investment decisions in […]

And Finally…

As more institutions seek to offer algo execution, specifically involving multi-ticket orders, I sense that the approach they will have to take must differ from the first movers some years ago. As the next generation comes through it is likely to see an uptick in volumes executed by these means, which will be good news […]

A Closer Look At: Real-time Transaction Cost Estimation

Morgan Stanley’s Matt Thomas, global head of MSET macro sales, and Jian Chen, head of quantitative solutions and innovations (QSI), explain how transaction cost analysis (TCA) is evolving into a real-time estimative framework tool. Profit & Loss: Talk to me about how you see transaction cost analysis (TCA) evolving in the FX space? Jian Chen: […]

Awards for Excellence in e-FX – BNP Paribas

Next Generation Algo Execution While there may have been some questions over the ultimate ambition BNP Paribas’ board had for its FX business, there is no doubt that execution services has been viewed favourably – and it has showed in a series of excellent product innovations and roll outs over the previous few years. This […]