Capitolis signs data deal with CLS

FX optimisation service to use settlement utility’s data to help boost efficiency


Foreign exchange optimisation service Capitolis has signed a deal with CLS to use the settlement utility’s data to boost the efficiency of its FX derivatives compression and novation activities.

Capitolis is a peer-to-peer platform that allows participants, including those from the buy and sell side, to tear up offsetting trades via compression runs and novate bilateral positions among themselves to better manage credit capacity and reduce bank capital requirements.

Until now, Capitolis was

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