Integral Development upgrades FX trading system

Source: Integral Development

Integral Development, a neutral facilitator of electronic foreign exchange (eFX) trading, officially released its FX Inside 3.0 today with an expanded suite of eFX trading options to accommodate multiple trading styles.

The new release supports and enhances position management, algorithmic trading, margining and risk exposure features for FX Inside Professional. These features will also be available with FX Inside Broker-Dealer, the private branding solution distributed by major market making banks and brokers.

"Traders will experience a dramatic increase in market transparency, compared to proprietary 'black box' systems, that we believe enhances the reliability of price spreads, shows true market depth and results in better execution by aggregating and algorithmically ranking executable streaming prices (ESP) from multiple order books and market making banks," Harpal Sandhu, Integral's CEO, said.

"Your liquidity sources and counterparties are always displayed to give the trader much greater control and confidence by leveraging Integral's market neutrality," he added.

Integral's solutions and services are delivered in a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) format so users can go live quickly without adding software, migrating data or affecting IT infrastructure.

Once online, users can then upgrade to the FX Inside solution of choice. Using Integral's highly configurable API supports the use of in-house proprietary systems on what Sandhu says is the industry's lowest latency network.

"The SaaS route is the shortest time to value realization in the business of eFX trading and, with the power of the FX Grid, buy or sell side users can configure solutions precisely to market needs," Sandhu added.

The full facts about Integral's suite of products and services - including an immediate online demonstration using FX Inside 3.0 may be accessed at integral.com.

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