JP Morgan: beating lower margins, flat volumes and the competition

Foresees collaboration with clients and technology providers on FX tech infrastructure, and working with regional players

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Scott Wacker: “We will calibrate the way we respond to client requests, based on how the partnership is structured and what works best for each client”

A prolonged period of low volatility in currencies has left one question top of mind for dealers as a new decade dawns: how can banks continue to grow market share in an environment of continued margin compression, low volumes and challenges from rivals?

The answer may lie in scanning the periphery, that faint area at the edge of a bank’s vision, which has largely been away from the centre of gaze.

In 2020, foreign exchange dealer banks will be sharpening their peripheral vision by looking for

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