ABN-Amro Sets Technology Plan For New Chicago Trading Room


Since announcing its intention to close its New York treasury operation and move 100 positions to its North American headquarters in Chicago (FX Week, February 15), ABN-Amro Bank has been forging ahead with plans to equip its new trading room there. The bank has decided to scrap the IBM OS/2-based DR-one trading room system it currently uses in New York, opting to replace it with a new system running on UNIX-based workstations from Hewlett-Packard.

ABN-Amro plans to consolidate the New York

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