StanChart expands e-FX experience into credit and rates

Chris Knight at Standard Chartered
Chris Knight, Standard Chartered

For all the challenges of electronic trading in the foreign exchange market – from dealing with the impact of high-speed traders and ensuring best execution to maintaining an edge over competitors as more and more platforms come to market – e-trading remains far more developed and sophisticated in FX than in other over-the-counter asset classes.

Such was the logic that confronted Standard Chartered when it reorganised its e-trading business at the start of this year, creating a single global

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