When Bank of New York began building an online foreign exchange trading system for its fund manager clients three years ago, it did not expect to end up being a pace-setter in an industry that is being transformed by the Internet.

Its goal was to better serve its 850 global fund manager customers. When it surveyed them, it learned they wanted a system that could solicit price quotes from other banks — a demand top management found unpalatable.

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