Currenex

Currenex

An online exchange for the trading of currencies. Currenex is used most often by governments and institutional investors. It was established in New York in 1999.
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Currenex

An independent online global currency exchange used by corporate and institutional buyers and sellers of foreign exchange products.
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But there are now a number of smaller electronic networks that facilitate transactions between customers and dealers (e.g., FX All, FX Connect, and Currenex) and between customers without dealers (e.g., OANDA, HotSpot FX, IG Markets, FXDealerDirect, DealStation, ChoiceFX, Deal4Free Forex, GFT's DealbookFX, GCI, IFX Markets, and Grain Capital).
Financial solutions provider Misys Wholesale Banking Systems (Misys) has entered into a technology agreement with online global currency trading platform Currenex.
Unlike the global foreign exchange (FX) platforms, such as FXall and Currenex, which mainly aim at the institutional market, Centradia is primarily targeted at mid-market companies.
The launch of Currenex, an independent non-banking forex emarketplace offering multibank dealing systems to customers, has encouraged banks to create their own emarketplaces.
Currenex claims to operate the first online currency exchange open to institutional buyers and sellers worldwide.
It began when foreign exchange Internet start-ups CFOWeb, Currenex, and Gain Capital arrived with fan-fare and outstanding technology.