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New infrastructure can help the industry scale for growth, improve resiliency and prepare for the day when clearing is mandatory. Video Changing the way the FX market operates:

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MarkitSERV FX provides comprehensive solutions for the FX industry, streamlining the trade lifecycle to remove cost and complexity for industry participants. In a highly diverse and fragmented industry that faces new regulations and changes in market structure, it is becoming more important than ever to build efficient enterprise and industry workflows, while maintaining the flexibility and differentiation to remain competitive.

MarkitSERV FX services span trading and post-trade connectivity and automation solutions, real-time business intelligence, trade affirmation, confirmation, clearing and reporting. Through a unique combination of highly customisable enterprise software and centralised services that simplify industry workflows, our software enables customers to remove cost and complexity across the whole trade lifestyle. Now is the time to deploy modern FX post trade systems that are suited to an innovative, electronic market.

The benefits of making the change far outweigh the risk. While new community-based approaches should be adopted to solve industry-wide challenges, there is ample opportunity for firms differentiate themselves through proprietary post trade technology.

Over the last decade fragmentation has become the defining characteristic in the global FX market. At the same time, growing volumes, changing regulation and radically lower thresholds for risk elevate the need for participants to optimise post trade technology infrastructure. The next step for the industry is to integrate with new centralised infrastructure that makes trade lifecycle management more efficient. While regulators have paused their drive to require clearing of NDFs, the volume of FX derivatives voluntarily cleared by the industry is increasing.

This comes amid a push to streamline post trade processes to reduce costs, complexity and operational risk. New infrastructure can help the industry scale for growth, improve resiliency and prepare for the day when clearing is mandatory. Over the last decade the foreign exchange market has experienced record growth in trade volume.

Innovation in trade execution, the introduction of prime brokerage services and the entry of new participants trading a wider range of products have transformed FX derivatives markets. Post trade systems now need a similar transformation to keep pace with these and other fundamental changes. Changing the way the FX market operates: Markit Transaction Cost Analysis is an independent global analysis platform that combines execution, algorithmic, venue and smart order router evaluation analytics.

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Benefit from reduced fragmentation in the markets via normalized, neutral connectivity services for trading and post-trade. Ripping off the Band-Aids in FX post trade Now is the time to deploy modern FX post trade systems that are suited to an innovative, electronic market. The benefits of making the change far outweigh the risk.

While new community-based approaches should be adopted to solve industry-wide challenges, there is ample opportunity for firms to differentiate themselves through proprietary post-trade technology.

Overcoming fragmentation in the FX market Over the last decade, fragmentation has become the defining characteristic in the global FX market. At the same time, growing volumes, changing regulation and radically lower thresholds for risk elevate the need for participants to optimize post-trade technology infrastructure.

The next step for the industry is to integrate with new centralized infrastructure that makes trade lifecycle management more efficient. While regulators have paused their drive to require clearing of NDFs, the volume of FX derivatives voluntarily cleared by the industry is increasing.

This comes amid a push to streamline post-trade processes to reduce costs, complexity and operational risk. New infrastructure can help the industry scale for growth, improve resiliency and prepare for the day when clearing is mandatory. Defining the new FX post-trade paradigm Over the last decade, the foreign exchange market has experienced record growth in trade volume. Innovation in trade execution, the introduction of prime brokerage services and the entry of new participants trading a wider range of products have transformed FX derivatives markets.

Post-trade systems now need a similar transformation to keep pace with these and other fundamental changes.

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