Gavin White joins Prime Broker panel at FX Markets USA 2023
26 Degrees Global Markets Chief Executive Officer Gavin White will be travelling to New York next week to speak on the FX prime brokerage: optimising credit for traders panel at FX Markets USA.
With the prime brokerage market in a state of flux due to ongoing regulatory changes, volatility and the exit of key players from the industry over the past few years, this panel of industry veterans promises to be insightful and a window into what’s to come. The panel will discuss techniques for PB’s around optimising credit, how current volatility is impacting the prime brokerage industry and overcoming challenges surrounding volatility.
Joining Gavin on the panel will be leaders from some of the industries’ largest global organisations including John O’Hara, Americas Prime Services Product Head at Standard Chartered Bank, William Egan. Head of FX Prime Brokerage, US and APAC at Natwest Markets and Nathaniel Litwak, Managing Director, Global Head of FX Prime Brokerage at BNP Paribas.
Also in the US is Tiffany Besnard, Head of Hedge Fund Sales for APAC and North America at 26 Degrees. Tiffany and Gavin are available for discussions with Hedge Funds interested in utilising 26 Degrees as a non-US hours counterparty due to their broad FX PB offering, outsourced trading 24/5, comprehensive suite of Algos and liquidity aggregation from 20+ bank and non-bank sources.
Don’t miss out on this one. Gavin will be speaking at 12:35pm on the 17th of October at 601 Lexington Ave, New York.
If you are a Hedge Fund interested in Institutional FX Execution in non-US hours, do not hesitate to reach out to 26 Degrees to book a meeting in the US or speak to their teams in APAC or EU. Click on the button below:Book a meeting
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