Deutsche Bank's Bezuidenhout Explains Symphony, WeChat Usage for Trade Queries

The bank is looking to extend this feature to other asset classes in the future. 

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Deutsche Bank is focusing on making pre-and post-trade information queries more accessible to its clients, particularly for foreign exchange (FX) trades. 

The bank recently introduced WeChat—a messaging platform commonly used in Mainland China—on its Symphony platform that allows its corporate and institutional clients to complete multiple steps in the FX trade process, Chris Bezuidenhout, chief information officer for the investment and corporate bank at DB Asia Pacific, tells WatersTechnology

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