FXSpotStream and SmartTrade Team Up on Pricing Tool

David Vincent, CEO, smartTrade

FXSpotStream, a multibank foreign exchange (FX) price aggregation service, and smartTrade Technologies, a provider of liquidity management solutions, have together launched 4X|Box, a tool that enables access, via an aggregated stream, to FXSpotStream's free bilateral pricing from nine of the FX global liquidity providing banks.

Those banks are Bank of America Merrill Lynch, BNP Paribas, Citi, Commerzbank AG, Goldman Sachs, HSBC, J.P.Morgan, Morgan Stanley and UBS. Clients are able to use trading tools like aggregation, smart order routing, order and risk management and reporting provided by smartTrade's LiquidityFX trading solution.

"As we continue to grow our service offering we will leverage functionality and tools our technology partners are already making available to our clients and make those tools available to all of our clients interested in transacting with the leading FX banks on a bilateral, fully disclosed no brokerage basis," says Alan Schwartz, CEO of FXSpotStream.

Hosted in New York, London and Tokyo, the 4X|Box allows clients to receive the price streams either via a single application programming interface (API) or through a dedicated smartTrade LiquidityFX application.

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