More NewsSoftek Partners Integrates FX Trade Processing with Wallstreet

Softek Partners Integrates FX Trade Processing with Wallstreet

Softek Partners has teamed with Wall Street Systems to provide Wallstreet’s clients with full-service integration of its foreign exchange (FX) trade processing solutions with Wallstreet clients’ own trading, analytic, risk and compliance systems.

Softek Partners’ Genesis integration products will allow Wallstreet clients to rapidly deploy high-performance solutions to link with popular and emerging trading venues, enabling highly reliable, straight-through processing (STP) to confirmation and matching, cash management, cash reconciliation and settlement from Wallstreet. Solutions are delivered via Wallstreet FX, the front to back trade processing solution, and Wallstreet’s electronic settlement network (Wallstreet ESN), the pay-as-you-go post trade processing utility for the capital markets.

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