Flow Traders goes live to make FX splash

With 700-plus approved counterparties and significant in-house flows from its ETP business, Flow Traders prepares to realise its FX ambitions

Robbert Sijbrandij and Serge Enneman
Robbert Sijbrandij (left), head of institutional FX trading, at Flow Traders’ Amsterdam office

The handful of leading non-bank market-makers in foreign exchange have had a successful year so far, increasing their collective market share in spot FX at the same time as the iron grip of the top-five biggest banks erodes.

But, in November 2017, when Amsterdam-based trading house Flow Traders announced its intention to become a leading non-bank market-maker in FX, market participants took notice – because Flow Traders has two unique characteristics its peers lack: its own underlying flow; and

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