Traders who execute foreign exchange orders electronically can now find all the necessary software they need on a single system.
Thomson Reuters has integrated all of its FX transaction venues into a next-generation FX Trading desktop to streamline access to liquidity for the FX community. The firm has quest for stream service (FXall QuickTrade), continuous streaming prices (Bank Stream), central limit order books (Matching, Order Book) and conversational dealing platform (Dealing) have now all been fully integrated into the company’s next-generation desktop solution FX Trading.
The system also includes advanced portfolio order management system for buy-side participants.
According to a press release, FX professionals using FX Trading will now have access to multiple leading liquidity venues and be able to utilize new order types such as Peg, TWAP and Icebergs which give traders greater flexibility and choice in execution. Enhanced post-trade capabilities are provided with the integration of Thomson Reuters Trade Notification (TRTN) which offers a post-trade network of over 100 publishers and 1,000 receivers.
The advanced portfolio OMS, FXall, is also integrated into FX Trading.
FXall permits a portfolio of trades, including functionality for multiple allocations, currencies and forward dates. For market-makers, FX Trading includes single sign-on to e-commerce, price creation and price distribution capabilities (Electronic Trading and Treasury Center), including provider intervention and automated hedging tools.