CLS, Traiana To Take Fourth Bank Live

The U.K. bank joins Citi, Morgan Stanley and J.P. Morgan going live on the interbank trade compression service that was launched in January to ease back-office capacity constraints at foreign exchange (FX) prime brokers. Citi and Morgan Stanley were the first two banks to begin aggregating interbank trade tickets pre-settlement on the platform in late January after commencing testing in November 2009.

The interbank trade compression tool was launched to manage back-office capacity constraints

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