World's largest IDB blames regulation and slow trading for revenue dip
Icap’s chief executive Michael Spencer has said
smaller, electronic trading firms will replace some of the
world’s main investment banks as they retreat from
the derivatives markets, writes Joe
Speaking on a conference call, Spencer said some banks,
which have traditionally provided market making services, are
scaling back in response to stricter capital requirements from
Basel III and other regulations.
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