Goldman brings ‘self-service’ pre-trade analytics to FX options

Mobile-based tool allows users to structure and price trades dynamically using data from the cloud


Goldman Sachs has launched a pre-trade analytics tool for vanilla foreign exchange options that is accessible on mobile devices and will allow clients to structure and price their own trades using real-time data from the bank. It is the first step in a plan to make the service cross-asset and to simplify the language used to describe derivatives trades.

Called Visual Structuring, Goldman’s new tool allows users to adjust everything from strikes to maturities and barriers dynamically on a

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