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Frankfurt-based private bank Sal Oppenheim will take delivery of Simultop for Windows, a new currency options system developed by Amsterdam-based software vendor Themasoft, for its front and middle offices. The bank's Dusseldorf office, which specialises in managing currency exposures for corporate clients, will be the product's first client, say Themasoft officials.

Simultop for Windows' covers deal pricing and capture, position-keeping and risk management and reporting for a variety of

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