The final scene from Clockwork Orange, and the rising stars in the Far East. We take a look at the way that a Western broker can uproot and redefine itself in new, emerging and unburdened Asian markets, with the correct infrastructure and local knowledge
Week in Review
Live from iFX EXPO International 2017: Prime of Prime insight: Market maker or a marketer? That is the question
“A prime of prime cannot decide whether to A book or B book, or interfere with the way liquidity is distributed, otherwise it becomes a broker, or market maker” – Ramy Soliman, CEO, Stater Global Markets
A close look at how to avoid being blocked when connecting liquidity to Chinese firms, bearing in mind that external API business is illegal in China and results in the complete blocking of the company’s IP address and access.
iFX EXPO International 2017, highlights and FX industry current affairs from Day 1, here in Limassol Cyprus
Prime of prime and liquidity provision, automation, regtech, digital assets, and the evolving direction of all-important Cyprus as a multi-faceted FX industry linchpin. Here is a full recap of Day 1 of the iFX EXPO here in Limassol, Cyprus.
Mr Niv has agreed to forego payment of the 2016 Individual Objective Portion of the 2017 Annual Bonus.
Live from iFX EXPO Cyprus: Will the machine replace the human in FX? Not entirely, say the senior executives
“If you have a complete system which automates risk management and platform decisions from ground up, not knowing their role, then you’re choosing the wrong provider. AI is not here yet, so if you are choosing someone who has built the all encompassing AI solution from front end to back end, you might want to look at a firm that’s been around longer””
Live from iFX EXPO Cyprus – What do retail traders want? Algos, AI, best execution? Yes, but they want the dream too!
“In some respects, retail structure should be offered in the same way as it is to institutional and B2B clients. They want security, a fair price and execution procedure. We see it in the B2B world where credit is a very hard matter, where many companies cannot get a true prime brokerage”
Judge Ronnie Abrams has found that the case Murrah v. Forex Capital Markets LLC et al is not related to the other four combined cases.
The new name reflects the corporate focus on next-generation financial services.
Saxo Bank has long committed itself to the development of ‘open’ systems for its commercial clients, FinanceFeeds’ Andrew Saks-McLeod having…
EVA is the newest project on the list of TradeStation SandBox, a fintech accelerator and think-tank program.
Central(e) Bank of Europe, Royal de Bank, and Binary Wall Street… FinanceFeeds examines the practice of online trading firms hiding behind a smokescreen of misleading names.
With just two retail FX brokerages in the United States, and a high quality domestic client base with very little option outside the futures sector, now is the time to establish. Is it worth the $25 million start up cost, and if so, would you establish in the Land of the Free?
An incisive look into the plate glass and high revenue world of Chinese IBs and their comprehensive understanding of the global FX industry’s structure and mechanics. Want to do business in China? Here is what to look for and how to do it
Milk is milk and a cow is a cow, so why does CySec allow FX and binary companies to use misleading names?
Moooooving the regulatory remit forward, there would be no room for ambiguity under any udder circumstances
Britain’s financial services industry is worth £176 billion to the UK economy and has a £72 billion surplus. Who needs Europe’s delinquency?
Britain’s financial services industry is responsible for £176 billion in revenues to the British economy and has a trade surplus of £72 billion. Without the shackles of the defaulting, old fashioned and desolate EU economy, Britain’s position is secured
…..and that means just five places: Britain, North America, Singapore, Australia and remarkably, China
Quebec’s plans face opposition, as industry seeks permission for binary options trade on exchanges and via regulated brokers.
Will the old school tie network succeed in its draconian attempt to snatch business by force from Britain’s top quality and long established OTC derivatives companies? We have an in-depth debate to examine how this may pan out