FX Survey 2017: Results index

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View results of the Euromoney FX Survey 2017 here.

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Overall  

  • Overall market share
  • Overall banks only
  • Overall non-bank liquidity providers only
  • Spot/forward market share 
  • Swap market share 
  • Options market share 
  • Emerging market currencies market share   

Market share by institution type

  • Non-financial corporations
  • Real money
  • Banks 
  • Leveraged funds 
  • FX trading platforms  

Most improved volume by institution type

  • Non-financial corporations 
  • Real money 
  • Banks 
  • Leveraged funds
  • FX trading platforms 

Market share by region

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

Most improved by region

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

Qualitative rankings


  • Quality of Asia salesforce 
  • Quality of Europe salesforce 
  • Quality of Americas salesforce 
  • Breadth of product coverage
  • Ability to deal in size
  • Provision of risk management strategies
  • Trader quality
  • Flow research  
  • Quantitative research
  • Technical analysis


Electronic trading

  • Overall electronic market share
  • Market share by product
    • Spot e-trading market share
    • Swap e-trading market share
    • Options e-trading market share

Multi-bank and independent platforms



  • Overall market share

Multi-bank qualitative rankings



  • Speed of execution 
  • Variety of dealers 
  • Risk management 
  • Reporting and analytics 
  • Spread competitiveness 
  • Product coverage 
  • Breadth of currencies 
  • Access to dealers

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