09.30.2015
By Terry Flanagan

Marco Polo New World CEO, Christian Robertson, will be a panelist for the FX Market Structure Debate this Tuesday, October 6th.

Marco Polo New World is pleased to announce that its CEO, Christian Robertson, will be participating in an FX Market Structure debate at the Markets Media & Aite FX Trading Network event on October 6th, 2015.

Along with participant’s panelists from BATS Global Markets, Nasdaq, and Currenex, Christian will take a deep dive into the structure of the largest global OTC asset class and discuss the following hot topics:

-How has FX market structure evolved to present day? What’s the current dynamic?
-Market fragmentation: what are the pros and cons
-Electronic trading trends and tools
-Principal vs. agency execution model
-Increased regulatory scrutiny amid market scandals: what’s the upshot?

For more information regarding this event, please visit: https://www.marketsmedia.com/fx-trading-network/

To learn more about Marco Polo New World, please visit our website at: http://www.marcopolonewworld.com/solution/foreign-exchange.html

For any questions or inquires please contact:
Carissa Cevallos
Marco Polo New World | Account Manager
30 Vesey Street, Floor 14 | New York, NY 10007
Phone: 212-220-2692
ccevallos@marcopolonewworld.com | www.marcopolonewworld.com

About Marco Polo New World
Marco Polo New World (www.MarcoPoloNewWorld.com) provides global brokers, high frequency trading firms, and other financial institutions with a host of services enabling our clients to trade multi-asset classes throughout the world via a single network connection. Currently providing connections to over 80 countries across the globe, this unique trading platform provides our clients with access to the largest international network of broker dealers and asset managers in the world. Clients benefit from neutrality and flexibility, backed by an experienced and knowledgeable service team at work around-the-clock to ensure the highest level of service and support at any time and in any market.

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