This year Profit & Loss decided to update the format and judging categories of our annual Digital FX Awards.

The process remains subjective but we have not restricted ourselves to the narrow confines of previous years’ categories. Instead of many of the categories, we have created Awards for Excellence in e-FX, something that we believe will deliver a more accurate picture of where the innovation has taken place over the previous year. It may not be music to the ears of some readers in the bank eFX space, but filling product gaps alone is not additive to the industry beyond a little bump in competition levels. What we hope to achieve with this new structure is a more accurate look at where the new development is taking place.

Main Categories

Best Multi-Asset Class Platform – UBS
Best FX Platform – Citi
Best Execution – JP Morgan
P&L’s One to Watch in 2019 – Nomura
Best Prime Brokerage – NatWest Markets
The Profit & Loss Innovation Award – HSBC

Awards for Excellence in e-FX

Awards for Excellence in e-FX – Barclays: Peg Algo, Auto RWA Pricer
Awards for Excellence in e-FX – BNP Paribas: Next Generation Algo Execution, Workflow Integration
Awards for Excellence in e-FX – Citi: Pulse, FX Options, Research
Awards for Excellence in e-FX – Credit Suisse: Agency Swaps
Awards for Excellence in e-FX – Deutsche Bank: Thought Leadership, Market Radar, FX Orders
Awards for Excellence in e-FX – Goldman Sachs: Portfolio Algo Execution
Awards for Excellence in e-FX – JP Morgan: Mobile Trading, Algo Central, Commodities
Awards for Excellence in e-FX – Morgan Stanley: QSI React, Fusion Edge
Awards for Excellence in e-FX – UBS: Post Trade, Structured Products

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