Striking a balance on pricing

Joel Clark at FX Week

Besides the quality of a particular product or service, what one pays to use it is likely to be the most important consideration for the consumer. So it is in some ways inevitable that foreign exchange trading platforms are coming under mounting pressure to bring more equality and transparency to their pricing structures.

There has certainly been little transparency associated with platform pricing until now, with some top-tier bank traders admitting they have no idea what their competitors are

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