Spotex expands institutional offering with JP Morgan and NatWest

The banks’ prime brokerage desks seek diverse liquidity pools that could lead to better execution for their algos

Key business driver: Spotex has uncorrelated flow from users of its retail technology

A desire to minimise market impact is driving banks to trading venues where they believe their foreign exchange executions will not result in huge price movements.

The prime brokerage desks at JP Morgan and NatWest Markets are providing access to the Spotex institutional electronic communications network in an effort to have institutional clients benefit from a diverse range of bank, and non-bank, liquidity through both voice- and platform-led channels.

The move comes as Spotex introduces a

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