Spectrum Markets Introduces 1,757 ETFs, Extending Trading Hours for Retail Investors

Tuesday, 11/06/2024 | 07:36 GMT by Damian Chmiel
  • The company added funds from over 30 global fund providers with liquidity from ICF BANK AG.
  • The move comes as ETFs gain popularity among European investors.
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Spectrum Markets, a pan-European trading venue, has expanded its offerings to include 1,757 Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) from over 30 global fund providers. This addition aims to provide retail investors with a broader range of trading options, supported by exclusive liquidity from ICF BANK AG.

Spectrum Markets Launches ETF Trading for European Retail Investors

Retail investors can now trade ETFs from 8 am to 10 pm CET, extending beyond traditional trading hours. The inclusion of ETFs aligns with the increasing investor interest in these products due to their diversification, liquidity, and competitive fees.

Spectrum Markets' decision to offer ETFs is in response to the growing popularity of these financial products. By leveraging its advanced infrastructure and extended trading hours, Spectrum aims to facilitate intraday trading for retail investors within a regulated environment.

“ETFs are one of the most exciting product classes right now, and so Spectrum is pleased we were able to instantly respond to meet this demand,” said Nicky Maan, the CEO of Spectrum Markets. “This marks a significant milestone for brokers and retail investors throughout Europe, as they can now access a diverse range of ETFs from some of the most recognized providers.

The new ETF offerings on Spectrum Markets will be supported exclusively by ICF BANK AG, a leading market maker in Germany. ICF BANK AG was selected based on its execution quality, consistent presence in the order book, and pricing standards.

"With an increasing appetite for liquidity pools across Europe, we look forward to continuing our partnership with Spectrum and expand our business beyond Germany and enter into the wider European markets in the near future,” added Lars Lautenschläger, Managing Director at ICF BANK AG.

European investors are increasingly choosing ETFs, as evidenced by the launch of the latest funds for Bitcoin , the oldest cryptocurrency. The company's Spectrum European Retail Investor Index (SERIX) for BTC rose to 109 points, indicating bullish sentiment.

Source: Spectrum Markets
Source: Spectrum Markets

The new offering include ETFs from the biggest fund providers in the world, including BNP Paribas, Goldman Sachs, Fidelity, Franklin Templeton, HSBC, iShares, JP Morgan, Legal & General, Pimco, State Street, UBS, Vanguard, and WisdomTree.

Back in January, the company reported record-breaking numbers for 2024. According to the latest report, the total order book turnover increased by 9% to €3.62 billion last year.

Spectrum Markets, a pan-European trading venue, has expanded its offerings to include 1,757 Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) from over 30 global fund providers. This addition aims to provide retail investors with a broader range of trading options, supported by exclusive liquidity from ICF BANK AG.

Spectrum Markets Launches ETF Trading for European Retail Investors

Retail investors can now trade ETFs from 8 am to 10 pm CET, extending beyond traditional trading hours. The inclusion of ETFs aligns with the increasing investor interest in these products due to their diversification, liquidity, and competitive fees.

Spectrum Markets' decision to offer ETFs is in response to the growing popularity of these financial products. By leveraging its advanced infrastructure and extended trading hours, Spectrum aims to facilitate intraday trading for retail investors within a regulated environment.

“ETFs are one of the most exciting product classes right now, and so Spectrum is pleased we were able to instantly respond to meet this demand,” said Nicky Maan, the CEO of Spectrum Markets. “This marks a significant milestone for brokers and retail investors throughout Europe, as they can now access a diverse range of ETFs from some of the most recognized providers.

The new ETF offerings on Spectrum Markets will be supported exclusively by ICF BANK AG, a leading market maker in Germany. ICF BANK AG was selected based on its execution quality, consistent presence in the order book, and pricing standards.

"With an increasing appetite for liquidity pools across Europe, we look forward to continuing our partnership with Spectrum and expand our business beyond Germany and enter into the wider European markets in the near future,” added Lars Lautenschläger, Managing Director at ICF BANK AG.

European investors are increasingly choosing ETFs, as evidenced by the launch of the latest funds for Bitcoin , the oldest cryptocurrency. The company's Spectrum European Retail Investor Index (SERIX) for BTC rose to 109 points, indicating bullish sentiment.

Source: Spectrum Markets
Source: Spectrum Markets

The new offering include ETFs from the biggest fund providers in the world, including BNP Paribas, Goldman Sachs, Fidelity, Franklin Templeton, HSBC, iShares, JP Morgan, Legal & General, Pimco, State Street, UBS, Vanguard, and WisdomTree.

Back in January, the company reported record-breaking numbers for 2024. According to the latest report, the total order book turnover increased by 9% to €3.62 billion last year.

About the Author: Damian Chmiel
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Damian's adventure with financial markets began at the Cracow University of Economics, where he obtained his MA in finance and accounting. Starting from the retail trader perspective, he collaborated with brokerage houses and financial portals in Poland as an independent editor and content manager. His adventure with Finance Magnates began in 2016, where he is working as a business intelligence analyst.
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