Trade execution in OTC derivatives is a burning issue among regulators and clients, as is how to source genuine liquidity. We go into detail on how to make sure this is done to your advantage, and done properly. Here is our documentary in Waltham, Massachusetts
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How the OTC FX brokerage really works – Counterparty credit, pricing, last look and relationships: Full TV documentary in London
In Part 2 of our full TV documentary, we examine the internal operations of London’s prime of prime brokerage sector, to show how your trades are processed, how counterparty relationships work and how overall challenges in the OTC FX industry are faced. We go inside the institutional FX industry and look at it from all operational aspects, from sales to CEO. Where does your liquidity come from, and how does it work?
The prime of prime brokerage: Execution, last look, correct pricing and relationships: Full TV documentary in London
FX brokerages and traders are reliant on the execution received from their providers. FinanceFeeds has produced a full documentary to take YOU inside London’s prime of prime brokerage sector. In part one, we look at how prime of prime brokers are structured and what every component of the company does each day to ensure the entire OTC FX market’s full functionality.
What matters when setting up your brokerage to connect with liquidity partners? How does a retail platform access the market, and how to brokerages maintain a stable technological environment? FinanceFeeds delves deep into the critical factors that really matter when running a retail FX brokerage and looks at how to structure YOUR trading environment in a fully detailed documentary in the home of retail FX, Limassol, Cyprus.
How brokers can check what a REAL prime of prime is: FinanceFeeds round table with Saxo Bank in London
It is very important for brokerages to look in great detail at how a prime of prime is structured and how its relationships with brokers, banks and ECNs is vital knowledge to ensure correct execution. Two highly experienced Prime of Prime specialists explain all.
The demise of Galant Capital Markets has opened up a massive question. Do NOT work with a prime of prime unless you are certain that it is an actual prime of prime and operates according to correct liquidity management principles. Here is a detailed overview
Slippage is normal. Price variation is normal. What is not normal is cancelation of profits, or preferential behavior by b-book brokerages under strange and non-existent terminology such as off-market pricing. We investigate in full and show how this works, with full insight from within the bank, non-bank and brokerage sector
All new prime of prime brokerage launches in London, headed by Integral’s Ramy Soliman. We speak to him in detail
“Are you implying that some Prime of Primes are offering liquidity that is perceived to be based off direct relationships but turns out to be indirectly sourced? If so, there is a limitation on the capacity of liquidity that the provider can genuinely service without a deterioration in the pricing and execution” – Ramy Soliman, CEO, Stater Global Markets