Derivatives firm is eyeing reforms of the foreign exchange futures market
Tech firm Markit has said it will launch a new electronic
post-trade service for the currency options market.
Markit said it is working with global banks such as
Barclays, Citigroup, Nomura, JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley and UBS
to design the new automated service for legal trade
confirmation and exercise management of FX options trades.
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