An introduction to Electronic Market Making in Foreign Exchange


Daniel Livesley

Morgan Stanley


A brief overview of the application of Mathematics and Technology to electronic trading and real-time risk management, drawing on real-world a modelling example and discussing the challenges in its implementation.   An opportunity to gain an insight into the day-to-day of running a competitive e-trading business from seasoned practitioners.   Hosted by Daniel Livesley (Global Head of MSET FX Technology), Jason Ricci (MSET FX Trading & Strats).


Daniel is Global Head of Foreign Exchange Trading Technology based in London.  Daniel first joined the Firm in 2003 as an Associate in Institutional Securities Technology, serving in a number of roles within Foreign Exchange until late 2009.   Daniel re-joined Morgan Stanley as Vice President in late 2010 and was named Executive Director in 2013.   During 2010 Daniel worked for Brevan Howard as a Quantative Developer for a Cash Equities fund.   Daniel earned a Bachelor's degree in Join Mathematics and Computer Science, graduating in 2003 from Imperial College, London.