FX Poll 2006 Results

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Annual Euromoney survey demonstrates soaring trading volumes in FX market.

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reveals the results of its global foreign exchange survey, which shows Deutsche Bank extending its lead over its rivals in terms of overall market share.

The full results, plus a complete methodology, are available online now to subscribers only at
Euromoney FX Poll 2006.
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Deutsche Bank accounts for an astonishing 19.26% share of the global FX market, according to over 6,322 institutions that took part in this year’s survey. Total turnover accounted for by the survey was over $85 trillion.

Deutsche Bank increased its market share by 2.54 percentage points compared to the 2005 survey. UBS remains in second place, with a share of 11.86% -- down more than half a percentage point on 2005, despite more than doubling its volume from $4.9 trillion to almost $10 trillion.

Citigroup remained in third place overall, but was the most improved bank overall by market share, rising 2.89 percentage points to 10.39%. Citi was also the highest ranking bank overall for the quality of its FX research.

Other notable moves saw Royal Bank of Scotland break into the top five overall with a market of 6.43%, from 11th place last year; and Bank of America as the highest climber among the top 20 ranked banks overall, moving to 8th place from 16th last year.

The growing importance of leveraged funds in the FX market is demonstrating by the dramatic rise in the number of such funds participating, from 371 to 607 in absolute numbers, and from $13 trillion to $31 trillion by total turnover. Deutsche Bank has more than twice the market share of the second-placed firm in leveraged funds, Barclays Capital.

 - Which banks have boosted their market share... and how?
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 - Which firms are considered the best in research and analytics?
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Find out now. Plus - read our analysis, with comments from some of the most senior foreign exchange bankers in the world. Discover how the top banks in the industry are adapting to new challenges and opportunities in this rapidly evolving market.

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Here is a snapshot example of the 2006 results database, searchable by rank, entity, score, previous rank, and displaying results across a broad range of categories:



For more information about the poll, contact Andrew Newby, head of Euromoney research, at +44 7779 8694 or by email at anewby@euromoney.com

About Euromoney’s annual FX survey:

Now in its 28th year, the Euromoney FX survey is the pre-eminent poll of foreign exchange service providers. 6,322 institutions took part in this year’s survey. Treasurers, senior executives and research analysts worldwide rate the banks they use to conduct their currency transactions in terms of both transaction volumes and quality of service.

Categories include, but are not limited to:
Market share
 Overall
 By institution type
 Non-financial corporations
 Real money
 Banks
 Leveraged funds
 By size of account
  Over $250bn
  $100bn to $250bn
  $25bn to $100bn
  $10bn to $25bn
  $5bn to $10bn
  Less than $5bn
 By region: Western Europe; North America; Asia; Middle East; Central and Eastern Europe; Latin America; Caribbean; Australasia; Africa
E-trading market share
  Proprietary platforms
  Multi-bank and independent platforms
  Most impressive approach

Who's best where? London; New York; Tokyo; Hong Kong; Singapore; Frankfurt; Paris; Sydney; Toronto

FX services
  Accountancy for derivatives
  Overall back office
  Treasury outsourcing
  FX prime brokerage
  Tax and legal
  Structured FX-linked products
  Strategic risk management
Research
  Economic fundamentals
  Technical
  Quantitative
  Short-term research (<3 months)
  Long-term research (>3 months)
  Options and volatility
  Flow research
  Risk advisory and hedging
  Tailor-made research
Forwards
  Major (G20) currencies
  Emerging market currencies
   One year or less
   Over one year
Options
  Vanilla options
  Trading strategy and new ideas
  Consistent pricing
  Exotic options
  Trading strategy and new ideas
  Consistent pricing
  Structured FX option solutions
  Most innovative hedging strategies
  Best FX-linked products

Top ranked Japanese banks

Best for currencies: €/$; €/¥; €/£; $/¥; $/£
  Australian dollar; Brazilian real; Canadian dollar; Chilean peso; Chinese yuan; Czech koruna; Danish krone; Hong Kong dollar; Hungarian forint; Icelandic króna; Indian rupee; Indonesian rupiah; Israeli shekel; Korean won; Mexican peso; New Zealand dollar; Norwegian krone; Philippine peso; Polish zloty; Russian rouble; Saudi riyal; Singapore dollar; South African rand; Swedish krona; Swiss franc; Taiwan (new) dollar; Thai baht; Turkish lira; UAE dirham

Single-bank online platforms
 As rated 'very good' or 'excellent' by customers
  Speed of execution
  Quality of pricing
  Post-trade services
  Research and analytics
  Prime brokerage
  Options services

Multi-bank online platforms
 As rated 'very good' or 'excellent' by customers
  Speed of execution
  STP

 The full results, plus a complete methodology, are available online now to subscribers only at Euromoney FX Poll 2006.