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Published: 15th October 2009 by William Webster

If you don't work as a dealer you probably see transactions or their results after they have been completed. Your role may be in operations, finance, risk, audit or compliance. You expect dealers to be profitable, after all isn't this what they are paid for?

You definitely know that they can lose money too! So how do dealers make profits and what are the implications for the business? There are three ways a dealer can make money:

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Three ways dealers make money. Trading. Bid offer spreads, example. Arbitrage, futures and swaps examples. Risk taking. Risk appetite & limits. How does your firm make money?

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