After weathering the chaos of the financial crisis and the subsequent restructuring of the European banking industry, Europe’s largest companies are enjoying a welcome phase of stability in their banking relationships.
Approximately 20% of institutional foreign exchange trading volume is now executed via algos, and FX is likely to move steadily in the direction of equity markets, in which “algos” account for more than half of trading volume.
The best U.S. banks are getting better. That’s the main takeaway of the 2017 Greenwich Excellence Awards in Middle Market Banking, which recognize banks that deliver outstanding quality to commercial banking clients.
The future of banking might be digital, but branch service continues to play an important role in small business banking. That’s one of the primary takeaways of the 2017 Greenwich Excellence Awards in Small Business Banking, which recognize banks...
Amid a maturing market for electronic trades and what appears to be a secular slowdown in investor trading activity, e-trading platforms will have to fight to capture market share from rivals and rely on innovation as a source of future growth.
Banks around the world are upgrading—or at the very least, maintaining—the talent and technology of their fixed-income platforms to take full advantage when volatility and client trading activity and revenues return.
Although EFM platforms designed to save money and “digitally transform” their customer experience (CX) programs have failed to live up to the promise, companies should not give up or lose hope. There is a way to cure the EFM hangover.
A surge in equity market valuations and a rebound in trading activity provided a major boost to Asia’s brokers in 2017. However, this is tempered by worry about the looming impact of MiFID II, which could make 2018 a messy year.