BNP Paribas to launch e-FX pricing engine in Singapore 

BNPP is latest bank to set up Singapore pricing engine; readies Cortex Live launch with AI and data tools

Singapore engine: initiative will be implemented in an 18-month phased approach

BNP Paribas will launch an electronic foreign exchange pricing and trading engine in Singapore – the latest bank to do so, after Citi, JP Morgan, Standard Chartered and UBS.

The initiative will be implemented in a phased approach over the next 18 months. The French bank is also preparing to bring Cortex Live, its revamped single-dealer platform, to clients in Singapore as demand for more sophisticated and real-time trading tools grows, it announced today (January 6).

“With the new e-FX Hub in

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