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FinanceFeeds becomes the first ever international B2B FX industry portal to register a .cn TLD in mainland China

A milestone in connecting the FX industry across the entire world with a vital Chinese B2B audience has now been completed as FinanceFeeds has successfully registered a government-issued Chinese domain. FinanceFeeds.cn will go live in just a matter of days, bringing China to you, and taking your business across China

Industry News, Institutional FX, Week in Review

Tier 1 bank tug of war: FX liquidity crunch and last look execution dogma makes the ECNs go all out for retail FX market share

Banks have begun to come back to the FX liquidity provision fold, but are still championing last look execution. Brokerages and regulators have begun to take this to court, and the ECNs and market makers need to define their value proposition. We look at how the large ECNs are going down the transparency route and what the differences are

Industry News, Institutional FX, Retail FX, Week in Review

Research: Which Tier 1 banks will give your OTC FX brokerage a client fund account? Answer: Most of them!

Want a client fund account with Barclays or HSBC? No problem! We look at the banks’ U-turn in which they now welcome FX brokerages as customers and why brokerages which go the yards to get good licenses in good jurisdictions are future-proofing themselves in this respect. Here are the results of our research from within London’s large Tier 1 banks

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Swissquote goes from strength to strength as multi-asset M&A drive continues to bear fruit

Swissquote’s revenues rocket, and the company’s multi-asset environment and ever expanding capital base have marked it out as one of the benchmarks in stability in electronic trading. The company’s bow is continuing to be strengthened by a recent transaction in which Windel Investments, which was a shareholder of Swissquote stock, sold its stock back to the firm. Here is our analysis

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