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The National Australia Bank has (NAB) has enhanced its electronic FX Dealing service to enable historical rate rollovers (HRR) ‘ functions that are unique to the Australasian markets. With the existing system, NAB customers have been able to transact spot, forwards, ...
Fenics has begun the first stage of a two-part rollout of Fenics 2000, a release which promises to make the lives of sales dealers much easier. Leveraging its unique number of installed users ‘ 95% of the professional interbank market ‘ the upgrade to ...
Deutsche Bank has released a new Internet product offering called fxmarkets.com, which gives its clients access to its unique brand of research and analytics, volatility data and market commentary, among other services. "A lot of the content that was ...
Following the July release of its CitiFX Benchmark service, Citibank has announced the launch of its new CitiFX Interactive Web site, part of its e-commerce strategy. "As our clients experience increased and varied international exposure, a greater number are turning ...
Basking in the afterglow of the partnership announcement with the London Financial Futures and Options Exchange (Liffe), the Chicago Mercantile Exchange released a report last month detailing the efforts by its Strategic Planning Steering Committee. Electronic trading, increased credit risks, ...
Cognotec is moving ahead with plans to create a "Liquidity LinQ", which will help increase market liquidity between its customers. The company has appointed Steve Jury as its new liquidity management director, based in New York. "With AutoDealing, we have ...

15:20 September 1st 1999 in News, Technology

Who Owns Your Spreadsheet?

When a derivatives trader moves banks, what happens to his spreadsheet? Does the bank have someone spend several months trying to decipher it? Does the bank even have ownership rights or do they belong to the trader who built it (...
Tim Boyle, formerly president of Tullett & Tokyo International in New York, has moved over to Tullett’s fully owned subsidiary, CastleNet. Boyle, who has served as chief executive for CastleNet since it was set up in 1995, will now be working ...
New York-based Wall Street Systems (WSS) has launched an Internet-based front end to its treasury transaction processing system. The new module, which launched at the Forex 99 conference in Milan in July, is currently in beta tests at two customer sites ...

15:20 July 1st 1999 in News, Technology

Cognotec Shows its Hand

"We love the Internet. We’re betting the whole company on it," The ink has barely dried on Cognotec’s recently penned joint venture with the Japanese Internet investment company, Softbank, but Cognotec’s chairman, Brian Maccaba, says he’s ...