Integration between Selkirk’s treasury management system, Treasury Manager, with each of the on-line trading platforms will provide Selkirk clients increased operational efficiency, accuracy, and enhanced straight through processing for currency trading. Customers will be able to receive competitive currency pricing from several liquidity providers at once and then execute the trade and trade settlement in one place that today require a series of intermediary steps or manual data entry in multiple systems. With the integration, trade information from the moment of bid initiation to deal execution to settlement and reporting will be automatically captured within Treasury Manager and incorporated into the cash forecast and scheduled settlement payments.
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