Low touch in derivatives: Where do we go from here?

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Over the past few months, I've shared my thoughts about the evolving space of electronic flow in derivatives. But the idea I've not explored relates to how we as an industry providing services to buy side clients actually go about making this change. And in particular, addressing the elephant in the room: why the buy side need to recognize that this marks a change to the service they've grown up calling electronic. Before I start, it's worth level setting what the electronic trading business looks like today in derivatives. Granted there could be exceptions, but for this purpose I'm focu...

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