FX HedgePool: move to clearing may be irresistible

Jay Moore says balance sheet pressures will redefine buy-side credit relationships

Jay Moore, FX HedgePool
Jay Moore: “Once credit becomes a clear and measurable cost to all, the opportunities for alternative liquidity become very real”

For much of 2019, the sell side has been absorbed by the credit landscape and what it will look like in the future as banks’ balance sheets continually come under the microscope.

As post-crisis regulations work their way into the market, profitability, and the best use of balance sheet and capital are becoming ever more important to banks. But in 2020, the buy side may start paying more attention to the issue as the industry takes a serious look at clearing, and the ability for banks to get

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