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Integral Deploys FX Workflow Technology at Singapore SG1

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Integral, technology provider to the buy-side, has announced that the IntegralFX service is now available in Singapore’s SG1 data centre, enabling local clients in Singapore to deploy pricing engines, algos, connectivity and distribution tools, as well as making prices, obtaining liquidity and hosting algorithms in a low latency configuration.

Integral’s platform provides banks, brokers and other market participants with a complete eFX sytem for their internal traders and external customers, and is the first complete cloud-based FX workflow SaaS platform in SG1, according to the company.

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