HSBC provides clients with forex charting tools

HSBC has begun rolling out a web-based currency data charting application from UK vendor TraderMade to its corporate and investment clients. The application, called FX Charting, will support trading and hedging strategy decisions.

FXall adds liquidity providers

FXall will announce the addition of four new liquidity providers to its platform today, the multi-bank trading portal told RiskNews ’ sister publication FX Week .

SunGard coup for FXConnect

State Street Corporation is due to announce this week that it has secured a coveted deal with the treasury software unit of Pennsylvania-based technology company SunGard.

FXall hires marketers from former rival Atriax

Two former employees of defunct multi-bank FX tradingportal Atriax were last week hired by rival portal FXall. Keith Hill joins FXall in London as head of Europe, Middle East and Africa sales, while Michelle Bachmann-Love was made head of North America…

FXall and FXpress plan STP link

Foreign exchange trading platform FXall and FXpress, a Pennsylvania-based currency risk management company, are integrating their systems to allow straight through processing (STP) of trades.

Dealers blast multi-bank FX portals

The future looks bleak for the remaining multi-bank foreign exchange trading portals, according to delegates at the sixth annual ACI European Congress in Luxembourg last week.

Atriax fall stirs corporates into action

Online FX trading could be set to soar, according to industry officials, after the collapse of multi-bank platform Atriax removed some obstacles to client take-up. And its rival FXall looks set to benefit most from the surge in uptake, according to a…

FXall gains Hong Kong regulator approval

FXall, the bank consortium-owned online portal for global foreign exchange trading, will open a representative office in Hong Kong, following approval to operate as a money broker in the city from the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA). The office, to…

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