TradeTech FX 2017

11 - 13 September, 2017

Fairmont Rey Juan Carlos, Barcelona

+44 (0) 20 7368 9836

 Nicholas Greenland
Nicholas Greenland Managing Director, Global Head of Broker/Dealer Relationships, BNYM Mellon Investment Management

Nicholas had been at BNYM AM since 2004, and was previously at Credit Suisse and Royal Bank of Scotland. Nicholas is on the TradeTech FX Europe Advisory Board and will be taking part in the Panel Discussion ‘Liquidity in the spotlight - As the FX ecosystem becomes more complex, how can firms better assess FX trading opportunities via access to dealer, non-traditional dealer, and platform liquidity?’ on the 12th September, as well as joining the Buy Side Perspective Panel on the 11th September Platform Evaluation Day ‘Establishing the right partner - What questions should you be asking to fully recognise the pros and cons of each initiative?’.



Buy Side Only Platform Evaluation Day

12:50 PM Buy Side Perspective: Establishing the right partner - What questions should you be asking to fully recognise the pros and cons of each initiative?

  • The platform paradigm - How can you establish which initiative you should be supporting and why?

  • When evaluating platforms, what are the key criteria you should be testing and looking out for? 

  • How can you establish what platform is best suited to fit into your current workflow and support your execution and back office processes?

  • What are the different liquidity processes and how can you enhance your existing processes to access more liquidity?

  • What different platform models can help you prosper in an ever-increasing electronic environment?

Day 1 - Tuesday 12th September 2017

11:40 AM 360° Perspective: Liquidity in the spotlight - As the FX ecosystem becomes more complex, how can firms better assess FX trading opportunities via access to dealer, non-traditional dealer, and platform liquidity?

  • Will there be further consolidation among venues and providers ahead, and if so how will this impact buy side firms as they becoming increasingly focused on finding ways to lower trading fees?

  • How can the buy side use TCA and algos to maximise their access to liquidity and demonstrate best execution? 

  • Aggregating a fragmented market - how can technology help you understand liquidity conditions to make more informed trading decisions?

  • Deep liquidity vs. recycled liquidity - how can firms ensure they are getting access to the right pools of liquidity and not just ‘recycled liquidity’? 

  • The unbundling of credit and execution - the rise of clearing and its impact on liquidity