Border crossing Some day, crossing networks could provide North American and European buy-side managers with efficient, real-time access to emerging markets. But not yet. Crossing networks face myriad barriers to entry when it comes to gaining footholds

Some day, crossing networks could provide North American and European buy-side managers with efficient, real-time access to emerging markets. But not yet. Crossing networks face myriad barriers to entry when it comes to gaining footholds beyond developed financial markets, as Stewart Eisenhart reports

Interest certainly exists - both from traditional investment managers and hedge funds - in using crossing networks for emerging markets trading. That interest notwithstanding, issues such as

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