Currenex, the online FX trading platform, is to use Radianz’s global financial extranet, RadianzNet, to give Currenex members a new option for connecting to Currenex’s electronic service for trading foreign currencies. Radianz has been actively pursuing and winning business in the foreign exchange, equities and fixed-income segments of the financial industry since its inception in June 2000. Currenex plans to offer RadianzNet as a new method of connectivity for its member institutions. ‘For our members who prefer to use a private network instead of the Internet, Radianz is our preferred network provider,’ said Lori Mirek, President and CEO of Currenex.
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