Winners of the 14th FX Week e-FX Awards are revealed

The annual e-FX Awards recognise innovation and excellence in foreign exchange markets

Eva Szalay: congratulations to all our winners and better luck next time to the finallists

One of the most defining features of the post-scandal years has been the retrenchment of banks’ visibility in foreign exchange. Of course, all dealers continued to service their clients on the currencies front, but not a lot of institutions were keen to talk about FX at all.

Parallel to this process, another significant shift has happened in the role of non-bank market-makers: within a few short years a handful of the largest players have come to be part of the furniture in the FX liquidity

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