Asset managers need better handle on costs, processes

Panellists highlight the challenges they face in the pursuit of best execution

Stephane Malrait, ING: "If you trade under the principal model you don't know what the best price is"

Asset managers have to get a better handle on what happens to their orders after they push the button on the screens, and need a much deeper understanding of how prices are built up and distributed by market-makers in order to become compliant with the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (Mifid) II, panellists at the ninth annual FX Invest conference said.

Discussing trends in electronic execution in foreign exchange, both sell- and buy-side panellists noted that more transparency around

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