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SEB links to Trema FX Transaction Hub

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SEB Merchant Banking is upgrading its global foreign exchange Internet trading platform to provide direct connectivity with Trema's Transaction Hub Service.

Mutual SEB/Trema clients executing trades through the bank's Trading Station will now have their positions updated automatically on a real-time basis in Finance Kit, Trema's treasury and risk management system.

The technology has been deployed at a number of SEB's clients, including the treasuries of Ericsson and ABB in Singapore.

Lars Friberg, head of global foreign exchange at SEB Merchant Banking, says: "SEB has seen strong growth in electronic trading and the SEB Merchant Banking e-platform, Trading Station, currently accounts for more than 36 per cent of trades. Trema's Transaction Hub Service brings a lot of value to our joint customers."

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