FX survey 2014: Results index

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Fx survey 2014
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Overall

Overall market share
Spot/forward market share
Swap market share
Options market share
Overall most improved market share

Market share by institution type

Non-financial corporations
Real money
Banks
Leveraged funds

Most improved volume by institution type

Non-financial corporations
Real money
Banks
Leveraged funds

Market share by region

Western Europe
North America
Asia
Middle East
Central and Eastern Europe
Latin America
Australasia
Africa

Qualitative rankings - Currency

Asian currencies
East European currencies
Latin American currencies
Nordic and Baltic currencies
Middle East/African currencies
AUD/NZD/CAD currencies

Qualitative rankings - Client service

Americas time zone
Europe time zone
Asian time zone

Qualitative rankings - Research

G10
Emerging markets
Quantitative research
Flow research
Technical analysis

Qualitative rankings - Back Office

Back Office

Qualitative rankings - Products

Vanilla options/1st generation exotics – pricing
Emerging market options – pricing
Structured options/FX-linked products – pricing

E-trading - Overall

Overall electronic market share

E-trading Qualitative rankings

Alogorithmic execution capabilities
Consistent pricing: G-10 spot/forward
Consistent pricing: Emerging markets spot/forward
Options capabilities
Order book depth and transparency
Research and analytic tools
Effective risk management tools

Multi-bank and independent platforms

Multi-bank and independent platform market share

Multi-bank and independent platforms Qualitative rankings

Speed of execution
Variety of dealers
Integrated workflow solutions
Risk management and compliance
Reporting and analytics
Spread competitiveness
Regulatory support
Product coverage
Breadth of currencies

Methodology
FX respondent report 


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About the FX Survey

The Euromoney Foreign Exchange Survey is the benchmark for the FX industry. It was first published in 1979. Most leading global banks judge their relative performance in foreign exchange according to their results in the Euromoney survey. As well as quantitative data on a global, regional and client and product-type basis, Euromoney also publishes qualitative performance rankings across a similar range of categories.