EMFX panellists clash over futurisation of FX market

Disagreements over suitability of on-exchange FX trading

Will Patrick at CME

The relative benefits of futures versus non-deliverable forwards (NDFs) continues to divide market participants as some buy-side firms argue standardised, exchange-traded products do not suit the often bespoke needs of asset managers.

The likelihood of exchanges capturing significant amounts of FX trading volumes spurred a heated debate among panelists at yesterday's EMFX Trading Summit in London, which saw buy-side participants square off against the world's largest futures exchange, CME Group

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