FXall, the global electronic FX trading portal, announced today the addition of 17 global financial institutions to its base of liquidity providers. The institutions that have recently joined FXall include: ABN AMRO, Bank of Montreal, Barclays Capital, Bear Stearns, Brown Brothers Harriman, DG Bank AG, Erste Bank, HypoVereinsbank, ING Barings Limited, Lehman Brothers, Mellon Bank, Lloyds TSB, The Nomura Trust and Banking Co., Ltd., Scotia Capital and 3 non-disclosed banks. FXall expects to go live with on-line foreign exchange trading at the end of Q1 2001.
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