More NewsAlstom Goes Live With Fxpress’s First Treasury Workstation

Alstom Goes Live With Fxpress's First Treasury Workstation

Paris-based Alstom, a provider of technologically advanced products and systems for the world’s energy and transport infrastructure, has gone live with FXpress Corporation’s First Treasury Workstation. Alstom joins a growing list of European clients and the relationship represents for FXpress another step towards plans for advancement into the international market. First Treasury Workstation is a web-based treasury management system with integrated functionality for foreign exchange, commodities and interest rate exposure management. The system includes integrated global exposure management capabilities, accounting, auditing for Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, integrated market data, and other functionality for the front-to-back-office processing of exposures and derivatives.

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