Cboe FX: LP competition to heat up

As banks re-enter the market-making fray, challenging non-bank liquidity providers

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Bryan Harkin: “We expect to see more competition in FX liquidity provision… and we believe this is good for the market as a whole”

Competition in foreign exchange liquidity provision will heat up in 2018 as banks re-enter the fray and compete more aggressively with non-bank liquidity providers, as the significant investments in their trading technology begin to bear fruit, according to Bryan Harkins, head of US equities and global FX at Cboe Global Markets.

“We expect to see more competition in FX liquidity provision [this] year, and we believe this is good for the market as a whole as spreads narrow and market quality imp

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