Afme liquidity conference: Costs of FX clearing will be punitive for all

Jason Vitale, Deutsche Bank

A new post-trade environment in the foreign exchange market driven by regulation is set to increase trading costs both for banks and their buy-side clients, according to speakers at yesterday's European Market Liquidity conference in London, organised by the Association for Financial Markets in Europe (Afme).

In a panel discussion focused on mandatory clearing requirements, which look certain to affect FX options and non-deliverable forwards, and post-trade reporting, which is likely to

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