Continental's Rawls Reaffirms Commitment To Maintain Global FX Trading Operation


Continental Bank, which recently moved its foreign exchange center back to Chicago where it chalks up the majority of its foreign exchange trading revenues, remains committed to its international foreign exchange trading operations says S. Waite Rawls, the bank's vice chairman responsible for global trading and distribution.

Though the bank has no plans to expand its foreign exchange trading operations overseas, and may even reduce its back office staff in London, "we're committed to a 24

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