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Navigating the T+1 implications for FX traders

The panel

  • Lisa Danino-Lewis, Chief growth officer, CLS
  • Aziz Arib, Director FX product, custody FX & currency overlay, Citi
  • Melody Martinez Davidson, Global head of FX institutional sales, managing director, BBVA
  • Paul Matherne, Former global FX and STIR trading leader, BNY Mellon
  • Moderator: Joe Parsons, Global markets deputy editor, Risk.net and FX Markets

As the US securities market moves to T+1 settlement in May, the knock-on effects for currency traders – particularly those in Europe and Asia – could lead to them being significantly strained. How will asset managers respond, and what can service providers do to help? This FX Markets webinar provides actionable insights for industry professionals navigating the implications of T+1 across their settlement workflows and FX trading operations.

Key discussion points include:

  • How the compressed timeframe of T+1 settlement in the US and Canadian securities markets impacts European and Asian asset managers with their FX-related trading
  • Are European and Asian asset managers aware of the potential increase in FX settlement risks that could arise under constrained settlement timelines?
  • What operational challenges and changes in FX trading approaches could result from this shift? How capable are firms to settle same-day?
  • Are firms planning to outsource FX trading and execution to custodians?
  • Can buy-side firms utilise automated tools and new technologies to streamline FX trading and settlement processes under a T+1 framework?

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