Abbey National is to use Wall Street Systems’ treasury engine as its short-term money markets platform. The project is for the short-term markets function within Abbey National’s Treasury Services. The company has licensed several front and back office modules of The Wall Street System treasury engine as well as the Application Programming Interface library. The project also includes front-office operations in Stamford, Connecticut, which will use The Wall Street System treasury engine as a satellite of the London-based implementation.
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