Op Ed: Should I pay or should I go?

According to my calculations, should Europe be successful in making Britain pay £1 billion in emergency funding to Greece from taxpayers’ money, that would equate to £1,445 for each person employed in London’s financial sector, which is the economic powerhouse of the entire continent. Should Britain bow to European pressure and pour hard-earned money down the black hole?

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Op Ed: The February volume crunch

What is really worse? Low trading volumes, or a single black swan event? Andrew Saks-McLeod takes a look at the dichotomy between two scenarios

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Op Ed: Did Switzerland’s black swan intentionally land in murky waters?

LeapRate Managing Editor Andrew Saks-McLeod takes a close look at what Switzerland’s motives could be for removing the EURCHF 1.20 floor on January 15, 2015, an historic day which is likely to change the entire face of the global forex industry. Is Switzerland safeguarding itself against future European events?

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Op Ed: Who are the real regulators?

Andrew Saks-McLeod looks at the structure of regulatory authorities in areas with a populous FX industry and examines which have the customers’ interests covered

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Op Ed: Is there an FX broker that is too big to fail?

Economies of scale, M&A, and high-profile takeovers have dominated the headlines recently as large firms continue to expand, whilst smaller firms feel the pinch due to low volatility, immense competition and costs whilst traders demand lean terms. LeapRate Managing Editor Andrew Saks-McLeod examines whether enormity equals immunity.

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