Spotlight on: Jas Singh, Thomson Reuters

Jas Singh at Thomson Reuters
Jas Singh: Decimalised pricing "not a direction we plan to take"

Competition between trading platforms in the foreign exchange industry is as fierce today as it has ever been and nowhere is this more evident than between Icap's EBS platform and Thomson Reuters Matching. At a time when heavy-handed regulatory reform is forcing many platforms to review and tweak their operating models, Thomson Reuters has made clear its intentions to register as a swap execution facility (Sef), but declined from following EBS to quote prices to the fifth decimal on major

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