Venue competition heats up as e-FX volumes plateau, says Greenwich

Following 74% growth in electronically executed FX in 2007-14, volumes flattened for four years

The big race: dealers operating SDPs have to figure out where to prioritise their pricing

Electronically executed foreign exchange volumes have stayed flat for the past four years, following growth of 72% between 2007 and 2014, intensifying competition between trading platforms and complicating investment decisions for dealers, according to a report from Greenwich Associates.

As traders shift significant volumes between execution channels, the question is no longer whether to use voice or electronic platforms, but they must instead decide which venue to choose from a plethora of

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