FXall, an electronic foreign exchange (FX) platform, has released FXall Trading release 4.0, which brings together key benefits for every client segment across active traders, asset managers, banks and corporate treasurers.
FXall 4.0 integrates sophisticated functionality and liquidity with Citi’s former active platform, which FXall purchased at the beginning of the year, within FXall’s Aggregator. Liquidity has been replicated, along with access to new advanced order types including time weighted average price (TWAP), pegging, one cancels other (OCO), market and stop loss orders, to give clients a high degree of control over their trading strategies.
Phil Weisberg, chief executive officer (CEO) at FXall, said: “As a trusted, neutral marketplace, we’re building access to a community that has the right counterparties available to maximise natural opportunities and exchange risk efficiently. We offer the most comprehensive execution capabilities and tools available to help our clients maintain their edge and be successful in the current rapidly changing marketplace.”
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