Cognotec launches AutoDeal+

PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT AND TRADING

LONDON -- Cognotec, a Dublin-based FX trading technology provider, has launched its new foreign exchange trading platform, AutoDeal+.

New York-based private bank Brown Brothers Harriman is the first bank to go live with the new system. BBH started trading in mid-November, when it upgraded its existing AutoDeal Lite platform to Cognotec's latest offering.

Autodeal+, which took two years to develop, is the firm's first major release since the launch of AutoDeal Lite in 1999.

Brian Maccaba

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