Afme liquidity conference: Buy side pushes for greater control of FX execution

Software technology

Buy-side firms need state-of-the-art trading systems to navigate the challenging dynamics of the foreign exchange market that result from ongoing volatility and expected regulation, according to panellists at yesterday's European Market Liquidity conference in London, organised by the Association for Financial Markets in Europe.

Despite the uncertainty over exactly what technology changes the new regulations might require of the buy side, many firms are pushing ahead to replicate innovative

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