Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, today announced that its dealer-to-customer trading venue, FXall, has again been named “Best multibank and independent platform” in this year’s Euromoney Foreign Exchange Survey for the 13th consecutive year.
Euromoney’s annual quantitative and qualitative study of the FX markets is the result of a poll of more than 14,000 FX market participants who represent a total volume of $225 trillion.
“It is once again a great honour for us to receive this recognition from the FX community, highlighting market participants’ continued confidence in the FXall platform as a source of efficient and effective access to liquidity and workflow,” said Phil Weisberg, global head of Foreign Exchange at Thomson Reuters. “Our promise to our clients is that we are continuously looking for ways to add value to our platform, improve client trading outcomes, increase transparency and trust and support changing regulatory requirements.”
The Thomson Reuters FXall platform provides a comprehensive end-to-end solution for institutional foreign exchange trading including execution, settlement, straight-through processing and support for regulated trading. The platform offers active traders, asset managers, banks, broker-dealers, corporate treasurers and prime brokers access to multiple execution venues including multibank request-for-stream, an anonymous order book ECN, continuous streaming executable bank rates and algorithmic orders. FXall supports trading in FX spot, forwards, swaps, NDFs, NDF swaps and options, money markets and precious metals.
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