A very incisive and comprehensive debate on how the current IB model means that all three parties – the client, broker and IB, end up losing long term, and why the model must evolve
Live from Shanghai: When the liquidity rush comes, China will dominate its own institutional and retail FX industry from within
China will have a self sufficient end to end FX industry ecosystem from Tier 1 bank level down to the retail trader very soon indeed, and it will be a massive, finely honed domestic market powerhouse
Chinese IB ticking time bomb: Strict laws prevent transfer of money to FX firms abroad, government hamstrings banks
For brokers with no physical presence in China, relying on overseas transfers from IBs, the days of working with a Chinese IB network may well be well and truly over. For those who thought it through properly, the market is yours!
FinanceFeeds to present FX industry conference in Shanghai this week: Western firms meet vital Chinese audience
The conference, which will take place on January 14 and January 15, 2017 at the prestigious Renaissance Shanghai Zhongshan Park Hotel in Shnaghai’s Changning District. We look forward to seeing you there
The new rules stipulate that customers of firms that need to send money abroad must give reasons for doing so, including having to pledge to the government that any money sent abroad won’t be used for securities including online trading
Chinese IB joint ventures, the evolution of prime of prime, how to host effectively and why non-bank LPs often only fill 60% of orders. An in-depth discussion with Advanced Markets in Boston, Massachusetts
Key Chinese IronFX employees and representatives scared to speak out on Chinese IB withdawal issue even one year after leaving company
Two years have passed since IronFX became the subject of high profile allegations that it was not paying IBs, affiliates and clients in China, yet still the firm operates, and monies are still owed. FinanceFeeds has found that employees of the firm who left the company a long while ago and are privy to vital information are far too afraid to step forward, even now.
ACFX withdrawal problem extends beyond four months in China, executive team have all moved on – Investigation
Four months have passed since ACFX had its license suspended by CySec. Chinese traders and IBs are still awaiting their withdrawals, with, according to sources, up to 100 customers affected. All members of ACFX senior management have now left, with many having been hired by LCG.
If sourcing and working with IBs was easier, and all referrals were completely handled by the trading platform…
Technological advancement is most certainly very high on the agenda here at the iFXEXPO International in Limassol Cyprus, the world’s…