FX Markets

Centradia branches out

The bank views the Middle East as a logical "second step forward" for Centradia, as a result of its similar time zone and due to SG’s existing relationships in the region, said Vincent Lauwick, Paris-based global head of FX and e-commerce at SG.

Middle Eastern clients are likely to be most interested in Centradia’s money markets products, although this should bring in more FX flow, said Lauwick.

Centradia also offers spot and forwards FX trading in the majors and some minor currencies. Options are

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