Winners of the 2019 FX Week Asia Awards

The awards acknowledge the growing importance played by market participants in Asia-Pacific in FX

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FX impact: award-winners were voted by market participants based in Asia
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FX Week is delighted to announce the winners of the second edition of the FX Week Asia Awards, which were presented on August 29 at a reception at the Westin Hotel in Singapore, following the conclusion of the 15th annual FX Week Asia conference.

The awards recognise the growing importance of Asia-Pacific in the foreign exchange market and the expanding role played by market participants in the region.

They complement the annual e-FX Awards and Best Banks Awards, which take place in New York and London, respectively.

As with the Best Banks Awards, the FX Week Asia awards acknowledge the significance of client feedback rather than market share.

As such, clients were asked to vote for their favourite and best providers across 25 categories, spanning liquidity provision, domestic FX services and technology offerings, among others.

However, in contrast to the Best Banks Awards, only votes originating from clients based in Asia-Pacific were accepted.

The categories are divided into two sections. The first set recognises an FX house of the year for major Asia-Pacific economies, while the second focuses on specific business areas and technology-driven services.

FX Week would like to congratulate each and every winner on their achievements.

 

The winners of this year’s FX Week Asia Awards:

 

FX house of the year, Australia

ANZ Banking Group

 

FX house of the year, China

Bank of China

 

FX house of the year, Hong Kong

HSBC

 

FX house of the year, India

Bank of India

 

FX house of the year, Indonesia

Bank of Mandiri

 

FX house of the year, Japan

Nomura

 

FX house of the year, Malaysia

CIMB

 

FX house of the year, Singapore

DBS Bank

 

FX house of the year, South Korea

Korea Development Bank

 

FX house of the year, Thailand

Bangkok Bank

 

Best FX liquidity provider in Asia

Citi

 

Best FX clearing house in Asia

Singapore Exchange

 

Best FX technology provider in Asia

Refinitiv

 

Best G10 FX trading platform in Asia

Refinitiv

 

Best EMFX trading platform in Asia

EBS

 

Best FX options house in Asia

JP Morgan

 

Best FX swaps and forwards house in Asia

HSBC

 

Best FX spot house in Asia

Citi

 

Best NDF house in Asia

HSBC

 

Best FX exchange in Asia

Singapore Exchange

 

Best execution algorithm provider in Asia

JP Morgan

 

Best e-FX trading house in Asia

UBS

 

Best FX post-trade provider in Asia

Citi

 

Best FX analytics provider in Asia

Bloomberg

 

Best FX prime broker in Asia

HSBC

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