December 5, 2014

Thomson Reuters earns three awards for foreign exchange

FX Week readers reward Thomson Reuters for best dealing technology and best support for developing markets; Global Finance adds its best FX provider 2015 award

New York/London –– Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, was voted best dealing technology vendor and best broker for the developing markets for the second year running by readers of the industry journal FX Week, and best FX provider by expert judges at Global Finance.

The FX Week awards are the result of a reader vote; judges on the Global Finance panel also considered feedback from industry analysts, corporate executives and technology specialists. Both therefore represent the views of active professionals in the world’s foreign exchange markets, offering an authoritative user perspective of the services and platforms they use daily and reflecting their needs for breadth and depth of information across the markets.

“To earn such awards from our valued clients is particularly important to us, and we are very grateful for this recognition,” said Phil Weisberg, global head of FX at Thomson Reuters.

“These honours are a vote of confidence from our clients on our commitment to continue to upgrade and innovate to meet their changing needs. In those developing markets among the 130 countries we cover, we are working with people on the ground as well as the global liquidity providers to ensure our clients receive the very best service.”

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