Refinitiv Extends FX Partnership With Integral
Integral, a leading FX technology provider, announced today that their long-established partnership with Refinitiv has been extended on a multi-year basis. The renewed partnership sees Integral and Refinitiv continuing to work together to ensure that customers of Refinitiv’s multi-dealer platform can continue to use Integral’s price engine technology in the seamless way they are used to.
Integral’s pricing engine infrastructure provides the tools for market participants to reliably auto-price their clients and seamlessly construct and distribute prices via the FXall platform. The extended partnership benefits Integral and FXall clients seeking a fully integrated and holistic offering for automated price distribution.
“We are pleased to be extending our partnership with Refinitiv via the FXall platform, which is recognized as a market leading multi-dealer platform,” said Harpal Sandhu, CEO of Integral. “Integral’s mission is to open up the institutional FX markets to support greater efficiency and choice. Our partnership with Refinitiv supports this strategy and will be of great benefit to our respective clients.”
Neill Penney, Co-Head of Trading at Refinitiv said, “Partnership and openness in the financial markets delivers improved value and efficiency to all participants. Our renewal of this partnership reflects our long-term relationship, and puts that principle into action, benefiting FXall liquidity providers using Integral’s pricing engine technology.”
Refinitiv FXall provides dealer-to-client trading and workflow solutions for more than 2,300 institutions worldwide, including asset management firms, banks, brokerdealers, corporations and hedge funds, with liquidity from more than 200 bank and non-bank market makers.
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