Curex chief: anonymity is key to best execution

Curex and FX Connect sign agreement to provide clients with an alternative liquidity pool

Get ahead: Curex and FX Connect sign agreement to give clients access to anonymous ECN and benchmarks

Anonymity is essential for achieving best execution, because if market-makers have information about the size of orders and the identity of a client they can "condition" the market for upcoming trades, the chief executive of buy-side ECN Curex told FX Week after signing an agreement with relationship-trading and workflow platform FX Connect.

The deal between the first electronic FX ECN, which has a large presence among real-money and hedge fund customers, and the liquidity aggregator and data

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