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LaBranche Structured Products Opts for GFI’s Fenics FX Pricing and Analysis

New York’s LaBranche Structured Products has licensed Fenics FX Pricing and Analysis from GFI Group for use on its FX option desk.

Andrew Dexter, head of FX Options at LaBranche, says: “We evaluated multiple systems for FX Options pricing, risk management, and transaction processing and believe that Fenics is the best system available for us. The Fenics customer support team provides fantastic training and ongoing support to help us get the most out of Fenics and be more efficient.”

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