Interactive Brokers Now Offers Sterling Trading Tech’s Suite of Trading Platforms

Sterling Trading Tech also owns and operates a global network of broker-to-broker connections.

Sterling Trading Tech (STT), a US-based provider of trading solutions for the equities, options and futures markets, today announced that its suite of trading platforms is now available to clients of Interactive Brokers LLC (NASDAQ:IBKR). Interactive Brokers is a global electronic multi-asset broker and market-maker listed on Nasdaq.

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Sterling Trading Tech is a broker-neutral service bureau, providing network and trading technology to financial institutions and professional traders around the world.

IB’s traders are now able to use the Sterling Trader Pro, Sterling Trader Elite and Sterling VolTrader platforms. These products offer a wide range of functions, including advanced option analysis, portfolio analysis, sophisticated volatility modeling tools, and complex option order entry.

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Sterling Trading Tech’s suite of trading platforms feature tools designed for professional traders which enhances IB’s overall offering, which currently facilities access to over 120 market destinations and associated clearing and custodial services.

Sterling Trading Tech also owns and operates a global Network of broker-to-broker connections and direct market access points, including markets in North America, South America, Europe, Hong Kong and Shanghai.

Jim Nevotti, President of STT, commented: “We are thrilled to start this new relationship with Interactive Brokers. As an industry leader, STT has stayed on the forefront of the ever-changing global market environment by understanding the complex needs of our customers. Our relationship with Interactive Brokers opens up exciting possibilities for active traders on a global scale by giving them the opportunity to use our professional trading platforms.”

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