SEB Merchant Banking to offer FX trading over EasyScreen
01 July 2003 | 3595 views | 0
SEB Merchant banking has signed a letter of engagement to provide foreign exchange liquidity to EasyScreen trading system users, adding a new asset class to the London-based vendor's screen-dealing system.
Connectivity will be provided via SEB Merchant Banking's Trading Station Interface (TSI), which allows users to trade on streaming prices with institutional spreads.
Users of the EasyScreen Easy Active trade (Eat) screen will be able to trade and display FX products alongside other asset classes. Clients will be able to trade all major currency pairs in a variety of formats, notably spot and forward.
Philip Docker, chairman, EasyScreen, adds: "The FIX capability of our hosted platform on the Data Centre enables us to hook up these markets and satisfy client requirements relatively rapidly."
EasyScreen also provides electronic trading on derivatives, equities and CFDs.