Spotlight on: James Kemp, Afme global FX division


Prior to 2010, the foreign exchange market lacked a single industry association to present its interests coherently to the outside world. It was a missing piece that a number of banks, led by Zar Amrolia, Deutsche Bank's global head of FX, felt needed to be addressed. Faced with a growing tide of post-crisis financial regulation that threatened to sweep up FX despite its relatively stable performance during the crisis, banks realised they could not make a convincing case for exemption without a

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