UnityFX, developed by RBC I&TS and Broadridge, will help investment managers with their operational FX needs
Such barriers may hinder firms from achieving their global expansion aspirations
Barracuda FX chief executive says more needs to be done
Sell-side players aim to weed out bad actors before wrongdoing
Evaporation of liquidity on January 15 caught traders by surprise
CLS and Traiana-backed aggregation engine extends global reach with addition of Japanese bank
While financial software providers offer protection against web attacks, the peculiarities of foreign exchange mean brokers might have to create bespoke solutions
Investment in business continuity and the robustness of electronic platforms is increasingly important in the light of Hurricane Sandy, say conference speakers
A power outage at Knight Capital's New Jersey headquarters yesterday forced Hotspot FX to request that clients divert business to other platforms
Non-US banks will have an advantage over US counterparts when it comes to prop trading, according to one legal expert
Contradictions in the US regulations slowing down exit from Basel II parallel run
LONDON – The Committee of European Banking Supervisors (Cebs) is confident the final versions of its guidelines on op risk in market-related activities will be implemented fully in June-end, 2011.
LONDON - Tullett Prebon opened sales and client services offices in London and New York for its technology-driven price verification services, OTC Valuations, last week.
Intellectual property and internal talent could get caught up in bank prop desk divorce
Morgan Stanley continues its hiring spree.
Japanese bank continues e-FX build-up.
The decision to include foreign exchange swaps and forwards in the US over-the-counter derivatives reform bills run counter to research conducted by central bank-backed foreign exchange committees.