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NatWest Markets selects TransFICC

NatWest Markets selects TransFICC

The structural changes taking place in financial markets require us to be nimble and innovative, so we have formed close partnerships with TransFICC and other FinTechs, which enable us to implement best-of-breed technology solutions quickly. Our customers benefit from the added technology services we’re able to provide,” said Royston Firth, eFI Technology at NatWest Markets.

Gary Adams, Head of eFI Trading at NatWest Markets said: “As our Rates business continues to grow and more trading is transacted on electronic venues, it is important that we trade with our customers using modern and efficient technology. TransFICC was able to offer Fixed Income API connectivity and workflow tools, combined with modern, fast, flexible and scalable technology.”

“We are delighted that NatWest Markets has chosen our technology to help manage its Fixed Income API translation and workflow automation. Both firms are aligned on deploying advanced technology solutions and contribute to open source projects, which demonstrates a commitment to raising industry standards through collaboration,” said Steve Toland, Co-Founder of TransFICC.

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