GreenKey Initiates Partner Program with Tradition, Tullett Prebon

The Design Partner Program (DPP) will aim to develop common standards for workflows and voice-driven technology.

GreenKey Technologies, a trading-centric voice software provider, has launched the Design Partner Program (DPP), which is led in tandem with interdealer brokers, Tradition and Tullett Prebon. The DPP program also brings into the fold a number of tier 1 banks, trading firms and exchanges, per a company statement.

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DPP has garnered a number of participants as well as some of the world’s leading investment banks and exchanges that are presently testing or deploying GreenKey technology within their respective workflows and infrastructure. This includes the use of GreenKey’s voice-user interface (VUI), which helps enable users to interact with their computers in a more streamlined manner.

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Regulatory Focus

Design Partners will be working closely with GreenKey, with the joint goal of engineering and developing common standards for workflows and voice-driven technology. Consequently, GreenKey will look to aid its clients in meeting both US and European regulatory requirements, including pre- and post-trade transparency for voice quotes and trades.

PCAccording to GreenKey’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Paul Christensen in a recent statement on the launch, “This is a seminal event for GreenKey, reinforcing the power of our transformative technology to provide solutions to critical issues facing global financial market participants.”

“We are seeing a broad cross-section of the world’s leading finance organizations getting behind GreenKey and helping us design and enhance products as well as ensure our solutions are best-in-class for the industry. The goal is to make the markets safer, less expensive, more transparent and more compliant. This program will include furthering GreenKey’s progress in establishing voice protocols for quote- and trade-capture applications, which are particularly important in Europe for MiFID II compliance,” he added.

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