Today the global international financial services (IFS) market is one in which competition is driven by rapid innovation in financial products, services, instruments, structures, and arrangements to accommodate and manage myriad requirements, risks and a ceaseless quest for cost reduction. Most financial services are now tradable across borders in an extremely competitive environment with buyers and sellers around the world having a choice of procuring services from competing international financial centres.
Although building a multi-asset trading platform seems to be a very complex undertaking, especially when dealing with multiple geographies, market structures, asset classes, and time zones, there has been consistent development in this direction ensuring better opportunities in Creation of trade automation tools , Evolution of multi-asset algorithms, Cross –asset trading.
Further, shall these opportunities be realized by firms who “get it right” the first time or these benefits will reflect eventually is an interesting point to be discussed.
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