FFastFill enables go-live of CME FX on Reuters

FFastFill has announced the go-live of its application service in London in support of the new CME FX on Reuters service, which gives Reuters Dealing 3000 users direct access to CMEs foreign exchange (FX) futures and enhance the ability to seamlessly trade FX spot and futures.

First Published by e-Forex News: April, 2005

Keith Todd
FFastFill has announced the go-live of its application service in London in support of the new CME FX on Reuters service, which gives Reuters Dealing 3000 users direct access to CMEs foreign exchange (FX) futures and enhance the ability to seamlessly trade FX spot and futures. FFastFill was chosen by Reuters as the launch partner for this project in May 2004, and has been responsible for building and maintaining a trade order routing service that enables traders using Reuters Dealing 3000 to also execute CMEs FX futures contracts.FFastFill has initially signed four major institutions for this service. These include ABN AMRO, Bank of America, HSBC and the Royal Bank of Scotland.<br><br>FFastFill is delighted that it has been able to contribute to this highly innovative industry project working alongside two of the most important firms in financial markets, said FFastFills Executive Chairman and CEO, Keith Todd. We believe this project has the capability to change the landscape of the FX market over the coming years as it creates a bridge between OTC markets and exchange traded and cleared/CCP markets.