Cost of FX trading falls after lawsuits

Fees that custodial banks charge pension funds for foreign exchange trading have fallen 50% or more after a string of lawsuits accusing the banks of overcharging for services. "Many investors have switched to more transparent methods of execution with fixed execution times and transparent spreads," said James McGeehan, CEO of currency-risk consultant FX Transparency.

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