EBS unveils incentives to boost liquidity post-Globex move

Focus is on brokerage discounts and product expansion following replatforming


With its transition to the CME Globex platform now behind it, EBS hopes two new incentive schemes will encourage banks and trading firms to use specific order types that could increase liquidity on its primary spot foreign exchange marketplace.

The first scheme aims to promote more use of its ‘automatch’ liquidity-taker orders – a long-standing option which sees an order that has not immediately been matched sit in the book for the remainder of the session to give it another chance to be

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