TCA isn't a box-ticking exercise, panellists say

Mifid II has brought workflow and analytics to the forefront, delegates hear at FX Week Europe

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Making choices: TCA and algos are the topics to study, panellists say

One of the biggest challenges surrounding best execution and transaction cost analysis (TCA) is to avoid turning them into a box-ticking exercise. Instead, the focus should be on creating a feedback loop in execution, heard delegates attending the 2017 FX Week Europe conference in London. 

“Best execution should be part of servicing the clients better, and understanding where the opportunities are and how you can maximise revenues,” said Nikos Tsoskounoglou, head of algorithmic trading at ADS S

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