Integral, a provider of trading and risk management software, is trying to make its newly developed FinXML protocol the de facto capital markets standard.

FinXML, which is based on definitions from the International Swaps and Derivatives Association Inc., would, if adopted, bring the same consistency to capital markets transactions that the Fix and Swift protocols bring to the equity and funds-transfer markets.

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