FXall’s Treasury Center consists of two key components: Corporate Dealer and Bank Dealer. Corporate treasurers who trade on FXall can access both components. Corporate Dealer allows internal clients of corporations to submit deal requirements to the central treasury of the corporation. Those trade requests can then either be dealt to settle internally with the central treasury as a counterpart or sent directly to external bank counterparts by members of the central treasury FX execution desk. Once completed, internal clients will benefit from FXall’s fully implemented STP Suite allowing for automated booking into the clients treasury management system. Bank Dealer adds the fully automated price making capability FXall has made available to the banking community. Bank Dealer allows a central corporate treasury to make automated prices on demand to internal clients, who in turn are able to execute immediately with the central treasury desk. Regardless of whether a client elects to use Treasury Center Corporate Dealer or Bank Dealer, internal price takers can make full use of FXall’s research portal including comprehensive bank research and analytics, the iPFM flow monitor tool, and the newly released market calendar
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