Citi joins State Street's FX Connect liquidity pool

Richard Moore, head of global FX at Citi, said the move was prompted by customer demand. "Several of Citigroup's key investor clients who deal on the FX Connect platform have expressed their desire for a dealing relationship with us through this channel."

The move follows Citi's refusal to provide more financing to Atriax, which it co-owned with Deutsche Bank, JP Morgan Chase and information provider Reuters.

FX Connect is also a multi-bank FX electronic trading platform, which started multi-counterparty trading in March 2000.

Citi also joined rival FX portal FXall early this week along with Atriax's other main backers Deutsche and JP Morgan Chase.

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