Thomson Reuters has announced "significant" additions to its foreign exchange (FX) matching platform, including a new interface and FIX-based application programming interface (API).
In the new interface, traders will be able to fully segregate and lock customer orders into matching, while running their own book. Functionality has also been included for monitoring net and average positions in up to five instruments.
Thomson Reuters Matching API (MAPI), built on the company's request-for-application (RFA) technology and FIX protocol standards, will replace the AutoQuote system.
"Thomson Reuters has continuously invested to improve its FX infrastructure and provide a robust and sophisticated technology platform for our customers," says Jas Singh, managing director, Marketplaces at Thomson Reuters. "These upgrades to our Matching platform further underline our commitment to delivering leading technology solutions to the FX community and support our customer's requirements in this fast-changing market environment."
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