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TSI (Trading Station Interface), the API for the SEB e-trading platform Trading Station, continues to evolve in line with increased demand for multiple-asset class execution.

First Published by e-Forex News: October, 2003

TSI (Trading Station Interface), the API for the SEB e-trading platform Trading Station, continues to evolve in line with increased demand for multiple-asset class execution. The second-generation TSI, launched earlier this year, counts Executable Streaming Prices (ESP's) and support for FIX protocol-based FX dealing among its features.
Olof Paulson
Olof Paulson, responsible for E-commerce Development, SEB Merchant Banking, says following industry protocol standards such as FIX and TWIST combined with a dedicated implementation team means prospective TSI users can expect to go live quicker than ever before. TSI can be plugged into a wide range of applications, from desktop Microsoft Excel RFQ models to full-blown system integration in the case of treasury management systems, online brokers and ISVs, helping partners and clients unlock often completely new business opportunities. "Three years ago, we created our first API to help automatically hedge equity transactions," says Paulson. "Now we are in a position to deliver what e-commerce originally promised in terms of rationalisation."