Forex staff home to roost


LONDON -- More forex dealers working in the world’s top financial centres are returning to their native countries, market participants told FX Week.

Advances in technology that mean banks do not have to be located in the largest financial centres are driving the trend, said market participants. Family issues -- and the desire for a quieter life away from the high-pressure environments of London, New York, Singapore and Tokyo -- are also proving to be important.

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