More NewsSiam Commercial Bank the First in Thailand to Offer Web-based FX Trading

Siam Commercial Bank the First in Thailand to Offer Web-based FX Trading

Siam Commercial Bank, one of the top four banks in Thailand, announced that it has gone live with the launch of ‘scb-fx,’ a web based Foreign Exchange trading service using the Cognotec AutoDeal LITE e-commerce platform. The bank, which has a network of over 400 branches across Thailand, is currently rolling the service out to its branch network and its corporate clients and plans to extend the service through its network across the Southeast Asian region. Siam Commercial bank is the first Thai bank to announce the launch of a web based FX trading service. Through the Liquidity Linq feature, the bank plans to use a liquidity providing institution to enable it to provide a 12-hour a day service in all major and Southeast Asian currencies to its branches and clients.

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