The electronic liquidity provider is broadening its global reach across platforms
ITG has enhanced its POSIT Alert coverage to India and Taiwan, strengthening its APAC focus.
The TES will encompass myriad asset classes, including FX futures, equity index futures, fixed income futures, and options.
Per the integration, Eikon users will gain higher access to the MENA region, including a database of companies in the Islamic finance realm.
The international agency targets software developers with the purpose of improving trading venues’ performance
The move follows amidst an extant focus by Korean brokers who are looking to expand their global footprint across equities and derivatives.
The latest build represents a combination of both order and execution management, helping address issues of scaling for buy-side participant
The collaboration followed after the CFTC issued a contract to obtain additional tools to help monitor potential risk exposures.
After the company started streaming liquidity to the 360T platform, the firm is facilitating further access to its non-bank market
SmartStream will be providing TLM Reconciliations Premium and TLM SmartRecs solutions for SGPS’ internal and external brokerage operations.
The netting synchronization service will help banks reduce their capital and operational costs
Markit will be utilizing the group’s solutions for audit protection, process assessment, and gap analysis support across its operations.
Hungary’s central bank has sought to enhance financial stability in the Hungarian market by making the HUF eligible for settlement.
The solution will help buy-side traders who are navigating through a fragmented marketplace of liquidity.
The acquisition of QED will help Broadridge strengthen its front and back office solutions currently being provided.
The partnership offers a single point of clearance and settlement to the European international market of exchange-traded funds.
FirstRand is now the 64th settlement member of CLS.
Foreign exchange trading volumes at Thomson Reuters dropped lower both on a monthly and on a yearly basis, as range trading ensued.
The partnership between the two companies will help see Options become a managed service and hosting partner for TraderServe’s AlgoGuard.
During Q3 2015, Markit saw its revenues climb to $277.3 million, up 2.8% YoY from $269.7 million in Q3 2014.