Fxall will enable its customers to access Reuters Messaging, thus connecting market participants around the world in a real-time exchange of information. Reuters Messaging combines real-time communication with SSL 128-bit encryption whilst ensuring the availability of a complete audit trail. Users of Reuters messaging are able to discuss market movements and potential deals both externally and internally – with counterparties, clients and colleagues. Commenting on the agreement with Reuters, FXall’s CEO Philip Weisberg said: ‘As an open portal, we are committed to working with a wide range of vendors and partners to deliver solutions for our clients. Crucial in our decision to choose Reuters for messaging was its global presence and prominent position within the financial community.’
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