Jan 4,2022 / By Natallia Hunik / No Comment
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While FX Market is the largest and the most liquid market in the world, it is also one of the least transparent.
What are some of those well kept industry secrets? How can you access the market in a way that suits your strategy and investment objectives?
How to find institutional providers and FX prime brokers? What are industry’s biggest challenges?
Natallia will look under the hood and attempt to answer many of these and other questions via series of podcasts
where we will be discussing all things institutional FX, fintech and evolution of electronic currency trading.
Tune in to listen to prominent guests and keep up with latest institutional FX trends and news.
You can listen to it here:
Natallia comes to the Traders Horizon podcast to talk to Ricardo Evangelista, CEO of ActiveTrades Europe about the past, present and future of the financial markets.
Natallia Hunik sits down with Andrew Saks McLeod of Finance Feeds in London to discuss how FX liquidity access has changed for the retail FX aggregators.
Topics discussed included:
1. Why retail FX aggregators lost access to Tier 1 Prime Brokers?
2. How retail FX brokers source liquidity nowadays?
3. How much flow on average do retail FX brokers STP to the market?
4. What is the outlook for the future?
Natallia sits down with Andrew Saks McLeod in London to discuss how FX regulatory landscape is reshaping with implementation of Mifid 2.
The following benefits of RTS27/28 for the brokers are discussed :
– Ability for the retail investors to verify if their broker practices what they preach. Many brokers claim they are sending the flow to the market, whereas in reality they are serving as a counterparty to those trades as demonstrated by their RTS27/28 reports
Hedge fund performance over the past decade has not been that impressive in general, however, currency hedge funds have taken a particularly strong beating.The FX market has proved disappointing to lots of investors in the years since the 2008 financial crisis, when the world’s biggest central banks launched stimulus programs to help breathe life into struggling economies.