UBS Warburg launches the FX Bottomline

Responding to frequent client feedback to help cut through information overload, UBS Warburg has recently released a new application called FX Bottomline.

First Published by e-Forex News: October, 2002

Responding to frequent client feedback to help cut through information overload, UBS Warburg has recently released a new application called FX Bottomline. This small, browser-based toolbar delivers FX market commentary and research headlines from the UBS Warburg website, as well as FX Buzz, a new premium service that broadcasts real-time chat comments to select clients. In addition, links to all UBS Warburg FX trading tools are included in the application.
The bank also continues to enhance its FX Trader spot and forward execution tool, with powerful new features aimed specifically at fund managers. Latest functionality improvements include the ability to set up and save templates to allow users to split single block-trades into multiple accounts.
Users can define as many templates as they require, based on percentage splits, or fixed amounts.