Three of the nation's biggest banks are competing to run the back office for Fi-Trac, an interbank bond trading service that Fidelity Investments is marketing, according to a source close to the negotiations.

Manufacturers Hanover, Security Pacific Corp., and Bankers Trust are vying for a role in the product, which is being pitched to bank treasurers who now rely on Wall Street to execute government bond trades.

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