Tag: Technology

Technology

TradAir Launches New Front-End Technology

Tradair announces the launch of a new front-end technology that is being applied across all of its platform user interfaces. This new front end includes modernisation that leverage the React framework while offering additional features for both the trading application and Business Intelligence (BI) solution. The React framework is a third-party javascript library, which includes […]

P&L Talk Series with TradAir’s Vibhanshu Bahuguna

Profit & Loss talks to Vibhanshu Bahuguna, regional manager, APAC, at TradAir, about how technology is changing the FX businesses of regional banks, how firms should be differentiating between various white label product offerings and where to expect growth amongst EM currencies. Profit & Loss: The latest BIS figures show that the volume of FX […]

A New Approach to FX Liquidity

In a new video interview with Profit & Loss Fred Allatt, managing director — FX sales at INTL FCStone Markets, details how his firm has adapted its model for accessing FX liquidity.  In the interview Allatt reflects on his 15 years in the FX industry, noting that the market has changed significantly in terms of […]

Integral Teams Up with Jefferies for TrueFX Launch

Integral has partnered with Jefferies to launch a new liquidity network called TrueFX, which aims to leverage the former’s technology and the latter’s credit intermediation services to reduce trading costs for buy side firms, which includes retail brokers, macro hedge funds, prime of primes, and regional banks. Essentially, the aim of this initiative is to […]

Time to Get Creative?

Does FX still have the ability to innovate the way that it did 20 years ago? Galen Stops finds the industry divided on this important question. When Profit & Loss launched 20 years ago, the FX market looked very different than it does today. Much of the industry was still trading via voice channels, pricing […]

In the FICC of it

This week’s podcast opens with Galen Stops, editor of Profit & Loss, doing some gloating because the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) has published its latest triennial survey of the FX market and the figures confirm the prediction made by Stops at the beginning of the year that the market would get back to growth. […]

P&L Talk Series with Vikas Srivastava

Vikas Srivastava, chief revenue officer at Integral, talks to Profit & Loss about why the software-as-a-service model is increasingly gaining traction in FX, and how it might prove to be a democratising force for the industry. Profit & Loss: What’s the biggest technology challenge you see FX firms facing today? Vikas Srivastava: One of the […]

Algos: Next Big Thing or Already There?

From a trader using their skills and multiple channels to execute client orders to a silent world of APIs and smart order routers, the execution process has changed almost beyond recognition over the past 20 years – but, as Colin Lambert finds out, not everyone sees algos as the next big thing in FX markets. […]

Atlas Bank Eyes a New Model for FX Clearing

Galen Stops takes a look at how Atlas Bank is taking a new approach to prime banking and clearing processing in Latin America’s FX markets. Atlas has been around for quite some time now, and in fact has a long history in the FX industry. The group initially formed in 1994 with the launch of […]

Galinov Seeks to Lure Liquidity with Low Cost Trading

Dmitri Galinov, the founder and former CEO of FastMatch, is preparing to launch a new platform, called 24 Exchange, which he claims will offer market participants a more cost–effective way to trade with one another. “The problem that we’re trying to solve with 24 Exchange is that the cost of technology over the past decade […]