More NewsScotiabank Uses Cognotec eFX Solution in Mexico

Scotiabank Uses Cognotec eFX Solution in Mexico

Scotiabank has adopted and deployed Cognotec’s AutoDeal+ trading platform in Mexico and is utilising the platform to deliver a new automated FX trading service to its clients. Scotiabank’s operations include a network of over 500 branches across Mexico. The bank has already gone live with Cognotec AutoDeal+. Branded as ScotiaFX.com, the platform is offered through Scotia Capital to deliver real-time foreign exchange prices to its commercial and corporate client-base across Mexico. The platform is designed to provide web-based pricing and deal execution across virtually all currencies, instruments and price formats.

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