US - Foreign exchange platform FXall has confirmed it has signed US Bank as a liquidity provider.
The news comes as the platform also confirmed a series of enhancements to Treasury Center, the exchange’s client relationship tools for banks.
Nine new banks have joined FXall in the past 12 months, expanding the exchange provider’s network to more than 60.
Pat Noble, senior vice president and foreign exchange manager at US Bank, said: US Bank provides foreign exchange services to clients across every market segment.
“FXall integrates us seamlessly to more top-tier clients than any other platform, enabling us to further grow our foreign exchange business.
Phil Weisberg, CEO of FXall, said he was looking forward to meeting US Bank’s clients’ liquidity and workflow requirements.
Weisberg added: “FXall’s provider network continues to grow as we roll out new solutions to help banks optimise their foreign exchange service.”
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