TraderTools plans buy-side build-out

Firm puts buy-side clients in its crosshairs; discusses potential execution options and plans to tap hidden pools of liquidity

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Pooling together: buy side is taking more control of its FX trading and TraderTools plans to position itself in the mix

TraderTools, which traditionally services banks and brokerages, is looking to add the buy side to its customer base through a planned new initiative, which could see the liquidity aggregator dealing directly with asset managers, FX Week has exclusively learned.

The service, of which details will emerge in the autumn, comes in response to a significant tightening up in the credit space since January 2015. The cost of credit has subsequently been rising at the same time as accessibility has

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