How has the FX market coped with the sub-prime crisis?
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How has the FX market coped with the sub-prime crisis?

Add your own comments, and read the views of: Mark Snyder, global head of sales & trading, State Street Global Markets; Richard Leighton, global head of FX, Standard Chartered Bank; Richie Prager, head of global rates, currencies and commodities for Bank of America; Serge Topolanski, deputy head of flow business, Société Générale; Zar Amrolia, managing director, global finance and FX, Deutsche Bank; Dan O'Sullivan, head of global foreign exchange trading, UniCredit Markets & Investment Banking; Gerhard Seebacher, head of rates and currencies for Bank of America, Bank of America; Alain Delelis, head of FX in the Americas at Credit Suisse; Lars Hakanson, global head of foreign exchange, Société Générale; Eddie Listorti, head of FICC for Dresdner Kleinwort; Fabian Shey & Reto Stadelmann, global co-heads of FX exchange & money markets, UBS; Jeff Feig, global head of G10 FX Citibank; Andrew Brown, global head of FX at HSBC; Ivan Ritossa, head of global markets – trading, Asia Pacific, and global head of FX and prime services at Barclays Capital.

We asked the leading lights in the foreign exchange market, and their bosses, to give an insight into how the FX market has coped with the sub-prime collapse. Is FX a beacon of success in an era of investment banking gloom? 

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