By Phil Weisberg,  EVP, Strategic Planning and Partnerships  at oneZero Financial Systems
By Phil Weisberg, EVP, Strategic Planning and Partnerships at oneZero Financial Systems

Taking control of your Liquidity Function It’s all in the blend

Effectively navigating the FX markets today requires a greater level of knowledge, sophistication and expertise than has been previously required.

First Published: e-Forex Magazine 95 / Liquidity Management / March 2020

Effectively navigating the FX markets today requires a greater level of knowledge, sophistication and expertise than has been previously required. Liquidity consumers across the spectrum from the buy-side to wholesale brokers are evolving beyond submitting requests for quote (RFQ) to 5 liquidity providers or accessing a single Continuous Streaming Price feed. An important question to review is whether you have the tools and operational ability to understand, control and manage your liquidity now? Historically, liquidity consumers had limited alternatives for where and how to transact. Banks were the primary trading partners and sources of liquidity. Pre-trade analysis was limited to surveying the liquidity provider landscape to figure out what sources to include before selecting the best price. With the automation of the RFQ process, deals were priced on demand, delivering a unique price for each transaction request. However, on the downside, market data was indicative and prices were only delivered after...continued

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