Just one day after it was revealed that Trading Technologies International, Inc. has partnered with the Moscow Exchange (MOEX), the trading software, data solutions, and infrastructure provider has announced a new partnership, this time with the Mexican Derivatives Exchange (MexDer).
MexDer is a subsidiary of the Mexican Stock Exchange (Bolsa Mexicana de Valores), one of the largest stock exchanges in Latin America. Under the agreement announced this Wednesday, all derivative products listed on MexDer will be available to all users of the TT platform in the final quarter of this year.
Commenting on the partnership, Guy Scott, Managing Director, Sales Americas at Trading Technologies, said: “MexDer is an important addition to our global market access offering. MexDer’s product portfolio, including Mexican benchmark products based on equity indices, foreign exchange and interest rates, are attractive to many of our largest clients, including tier-one global banks.”
“Mexico now being the largest trading partner of the United States makes it even more interesting for trading. We expect significant takeup of this market as we head into 2020.”
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In particular, clients of Trading Technologies will be able to use the company’s full suite of tools, such as charting and analytics, mobile trading, options, and more, to trade all the derivatives listed on MexDer.
Namely, the software company’s clients will be able to trade the widely followed futures and options contracts on the S&P/BMV IPC Mexican Equity Index, MXN/USD FX, and Mexican Government Bond.
“We look forward to Trading Technologies adding our exchange to its platform,” added José Miguel De Dios, MexDer CEO. “TT provides an environment that allows users to acquire market data directly and low-latency trade execution to MexDer for trading Mexican financial benchmarks.”
Trading Technologies partners with MOEX
Today’s announcement comes one day after MOEX announced a similar deal between itself and Trading Technologies. As Finance Magnates reported, clients of the data and infrastructure company will be able to trade all of the products listed on MOEX’s Derivatives Market through the TT platform.
In the future, the company plans to announce more partnerships with exchanges, including cryptocurrency exchanges.