Thomson Reuters Corporation: National Australia Bank Improves Trading Efficiencies with Adoption of Thomson Reuters Eikon Across

    Thomson Reuters Corporation: National Australia Bank Improves Trading
 Efficiencies with Adoption of Thomson Reuters Eikon Across Hong Kong Trading

National Australia Bank Improves Trading Efficiencies with Adoption of Thomson
Reuters Eikon Across Hong Kong Trading Floor

Thomson Reuters works with National Australia Bank in Hong Kong to provide its
traders with flagship financial markets desktop for real-time financial data,
analytics, news and community

HONG KONG,LONDON 23 October 2013 - Thomson Reuterstoday announced that
National Australia Bank, one of its long-term clients and one of the four
largest financial institutions in Australia, has adopted next generation
financial markets desktop Thomson Reuters Eikon across its trading floor in
Hong Kong to improve staff productivity and cross-market communication.

"Thomson Reuters Eikon's intuitive design, advanced visualization and social
tools help our traders get to the data and communities they need in an
instant," said Jack Jiang, director FX Trading, National Australia Bank. "The
interface is user-friendly and logical, the data is very accessible and the
calculation tools are easy to use, saving us time and resulting in trading

Thomson Reuters Eikon is designed to provide a powerful and intuitive
next-generation solution for consuming real-time and historical data,
connecting with the financial markets community and executing financial
markets transactions. To facilitate collaboration and transparency, Thomson
Reuters Eikon Messenger enables financial institutions to communicate with a
200,000 strong community of financial professionals across the global markets
as well as with colleagues across their organizations.

Driven by powerful search engine technology, Thomson Reuters Eikon carries
real-time data, news, charts, insightful commentary, analytics and trade
execution tools through views that can be customized to individual user
preferences and workflow. Innovative data visualization techniques are used to
enable financial professionals to quickly make sense of huge volumes of market

"This partnership with National Australia Bank is a shining example of how
Thomson Reuters works closely with its clients to bring the power of the
latest innovative tools and technologies to their business," said Sanjeev
Chatrath, managing director, Region Head - Asia, Financial & Risk at Thomson
Reuters. "We continue to see exceptional growth in client adoption of Thomson
Reuters Eikon in Asia and globally, making it the benchmark for the industry.
The use of Thomson Reuters Eikon across National Australia Bank's trading
floor in Hong Kong will deliver significant productivity and market
intelligence gains by enabling traders and analysts to quickly and intuitively
analyze large volumes of data using a market-leading solution."

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