Top blog posts for 2013


Thanks to everyone for taking time to read our blog posts this year, its been fun writing them and we look forward to finding more interesting relevant topics to cover in the new year.

Below is a list of this years top 20 posts we published this year.

Not surprisingly, the top posts were those that focused on the value proposition of the single-dealer platform, the relative positioning of banks in the FX ranking polls, most things SEF related and overall FX volume surveys.

See you all next year!

Ranking

Focus

Post

Published

1

FX Ranking

EuroMoney 2013 FX Poll Results

May-13

2

SDP Value

UBS Neo-cross asset SDP

Mar-13

3

SEFs

Sefs and ‘Permitted Transactions’

Aug-13

4

SDP Value

BNP Paribas: New corporate FX Platform ‘Centric’

May-13

5

SDP Value

JPMorgan Electronic Trading Committee

Apr-13

6

SEFs

SEF registrations to date

Sep-13

7

SDP Value

JPMorgan consolidates platforms into new single offering

Jan-13

8

FX Ranking

Leading FX platforms report strong increases in volumes

Feb-13

9

SDP Value

BARX FX offers aggregated market view with Gator

Feb-13

10

FX Survey

The anatomy of the global FX market (BIS research findings)

Dec-13

11

SDP Value

How not to build a single dealer platform

Feb-13

12

FX Ranking

Global FX giants vs Super regional

Oct-13

13

FX Survey

Latest BofE FX survey data: FX vols down 6%, SDPs continue to outperform MDPs

Jan-13

14

FX Ranking

EBS vs ParFX

Apr-13

15

SEFs

17 SEFs now registered whilst enforcement of rules delayed of 1month

Sep-13

16

FX Survey

Global FX daily turnover reaches $5.345 trillion up 34% according to 2013 BIS Triennial Survey

Sep-13

17

FX Ranking

The value of FX Flows

Aug-13

18

SEFs

Has CFTC given too much power to SEFs?

May-13

19

FX Survey

BofE FX Survey Data shows record $2,547bln/day (very interesting read)

Jul-13

20

SDP Value

Single-Dealer Platforms evolve and remain relevant

Nov-13

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