Q4 2022 witnessed the release of the BIS Triennial Central Bank Survey …..
Foreign exchange trading, among the largest asset managers on the planet, is evolving well beyond the traditional ….
A 2019 EY survey of treasurers and global treasury stakeholders marked Singapore as a preferred hub for treasury management in Asia.
The future of the NDF market has been a hugely popular talking point within the FX industry for the past couple of years, and now these conversations …
The modern era of FX trading is widely recognised as beginning with FX Connect, launched by State Street in 1996 to replace voice trading with ….
By Brendon Bigelli, EMEA Spot & Algo Specialist at 360T Arguably one of the most consistent trends within the FX industry in recent years has been the growing adoption of execution algos amongst market participants. This has been driven by a number of different factors. For instance, in a market where liquidity is heavily fragmented, […]
According to the Global Findex Database, about 1.7 billion adults remain unbanked – meaning they do not hold an account at a financial institution or through a mobile money provider, the rise in digital technology in Africa provides opportunities for expanding financial inclusion
Technology enabling T+0 settlement exists and is utilised in the digital assets world, so why does it still take two days in the foreign exchange market (FX)? Andy Coyne, Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer at Cobalt, believes that FX can benefit hugely from instant settlement and that with the right infrastructure and support, it can […]
David Holcombe, Head of Product, FX Futures & FX Clearing at 360T explains that, far from being just an expensive post-trade add-on, central clearing actually represents a quantifiable economic opportunity for market participants.
In response to the 2008 crash by the G20, we have had an unending set of new regulations in Financial Markets since 2009. Fortunately, for the time being at least, the regulatory avalanche of requirements and regulation is beginning to slow.