Kris Longmore who trades a broad range of markets and spends a great deal of time thinking about execution risk and FX algorithms spent over a decade as a professional engineer before changing tracks and moving into finance on a full-time basis …
With Kasper Folke, Head of FX Trading & Quants at Nordea Asset Management
The Shell front office team in Singapore and London manage over 30,000 FX requests a year covering hundreds of billions of total flow in spot, forwards and swaps in 40 currencies. As the firm now puts up to 50% of spot flows through algos we asked Micheal Dawson a few key questions about algorithmic FX trading.
Man Group is a global active investment management firm, which runs $112.7bn* of client capital in liquid and private markets, managed by investment specialists based around the world. Headquartered in London, the firm has 15 international offices and operates across 25 jurisdictions. The business has five specialist investment engines, which represent the range of their capabilities: Man AHL, Man Numeric, Man GLG, Man FRM and Man GPM.
Russell Investments is one of the oldest and most well-known buy-side firms in the world. Established in 1936, the firm has some $266 billion in assets under management. That creates massive currency trading needs. Adam Cox of FXAlgoNews speaks with the man in charge of handling those needs in the EMEA region, Klaus Paesler. He’s ready to use any method at his disposal to provide bespoke services for clients, whether that involves voice, netting and matching or algo-based trading.