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Consolidation trends and the future of inter-dealer brokers

Consolidation trends and the future of inter-dealer brokers

Source: Finextra and Deutsche Bank

Video footage of the Fintech M&A panel discussion featuring the leading figures from the inter-dealer broking business: Lee Amaitis, CEO, BGC Partners; Grant Biggar, Head of Creditex Europe; Chip Carver, CEO, Swapswire; Patrick Combes, CEO, Tradition; and Mark Yallop, COO, ICAP.

This panel discussion video features:

  • Patrick Combes, CEO, Tradition
  • Mark Yallop, COO, ICAP
  • Lee Amaitis, CEO, BGC Partners
  • Chip Carver, CEO, Swapswire
  • Grant Biggar, Head of Creditex Europe
  • Moderator: Sean Park, Founding Partner, Sixth Paradigm


It covers a range of topics, including:

  • Consolidation in the inter-dealer broker market - is there room for more?
  • What roles can IDBs play in boosting post-trade efficiencies?
  • The possibility of IDBs and exchanges coming together - despite their different business models
  • The pros and cons of vertical integration across the trade lifecycle for OTC brokers

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