FXall hooks up 11 more liquidity providers

Prominent names newly wired to the bank consortium-owned platform include ANZ, Barclays Capital, Danske Bank, ING, Merrill Lynch, National Australia Bank, Nordea and SEB.

FXall also claimed 200 buy-side institutions - asset managers and corporates - had signed up to the service. The portal offers free trade-execution to buy-side clients.

The consortium is now seeking to connect another 21 sell-side liquidity providers.

Citigroup, a key supporter of rival portal Atriax ahead of its collapse last month, is now a shareholder in FXall. Deutsche Bank, another main Atriax backer, acts as an FXall liquidity provider.

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