smartTrade to Implement eFX Trading Infrastructure at Bank of China

Bank of China (Hong Kong) opts for the LiquidityFX platform to support its growing electronic foreign exchange trading.

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Bank of China is headquartered in Beijing.

Bank of China (Hong Kong) has selected cross-asset trading solutions provider smartTrade Technologies to implement a new electronic foreign exchange (eFX) infrastructure.

Following a period of growth of its eFX business, Bank of China (Hong Kong) has tapped smartTrade to implement its LiquidityFX platform, as the bank requires a scalable platform to support an increased client base and trading volumes.

"Electronic trading is growing rapidly in currency markets," says Michael Ng, head of eFX trading at Bank of China (Hong Kong). "Hence, we would like to develop a new platform to better serve our growing corporate and institutional clients."

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