Thomson Reuters To Offer Morgan Stanley Fx Prime Brokerage Through Its Spot Matching Platform
London – Thomson Reuters today announced that Morgan Stanley is now live with Prime Brokerage on Thomson Reuters Spot Matching, to offer its clients real-time direct market access to wholesale foreign exchange spot liquidity from more than 1,100 banks across 54 currency pairs.
In addition to direct access to large pools of FX wholesale liquidity, Morgan Stanley prime broker clients can connect to over 18,000 professional FX traders through Thomson Reuters Dealing. They will also benefit from reduced settlement risk, extra revenue opportunities and STP audit trails for transactions.
Prime Brokerage on Thomson Reuters Spot Matching seamlessly integrates with a bank’s platform/ back office systems to help them grow their business.
Martine Bond, Global Head of FX Prime Brokerage, Morgan Stanley, said; “Morgan Stanley is proud to officially announce its addition of Prime Brokerage on Thomson Reuters Spot Matching to our expanding prime brokerage offering. This is certainly a step forward in building out a leading FX Prime Brokerage service”.
Jas Singh, Global Head of Treasury, Thomson Reuters, said; "The need for multiple foreign exchange prime brokers has grown significantly and shifted to the forefront of market strategies. This Thomson Reuters service helps Morgan Stanley expand its prime brokerage business to meet their client’s needs globally and offer a customizable, real-time market solution”.
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