Category Archive: Electronic Trading Platforms

Deutsche Bank’s Flow Magazine discusses ISO 20022

ISO 20022 will play an instrumental role in the future of payments – providing operational efficiency and enabling banks and market infrastructures globally to communicate. Yet it only really works if banks and market infrastructures around the world are harmonised, or at the very least aligned, in their migration efforts. In an article for Flow …

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Natixis’ innovative Dutch mortgage investment platform featured in a special Financial Times report

Natixis and CMIS Group have announced the launch of ‘The Merius Mortgage Note’, a unique investment platform that enables European-wide institutional investors access to the prime Dutch Mortgage market. The platform is yet another example of Natixis’ innovative financial offering to clients, allowing current European clients access to an opportunity that was formally just offered …

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Deutsche Bank publishes new guide to EU Payment Services Directive 2

Banks and payment providers will need to adapt their systems and processes to comply with the requirements of the new EU Directive on Payment Services (PSD2), according to a new guide published by Deutsche Bank, in collaboration with PPI AG, that explains the directive’s most important provisions, as well as its impact on the operations …

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CWEIC’s Oliver Everett writes about technology connecting businesses across the Commonwealth in Trade Finance

The Sibos 2016 Special Issue of Trade Finance magazine has featured an article by Oliver Everett, CEO of the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council (CWEIC), which discusses the Commonwealth Trade Initiative (CTI), a business-to-business (B2B) digital platform that connects members with suppliers, customers and distributors across the 53 nations of the Commonwealth, where the cost of bilateral trade between members is …

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Tradeweb data makes the front page of Il Sole 24 Ore, showing the extent of negative yields in euro-zone government bonds

Italian newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore and its English-language spin-off, ItalyEurope24, have used Tradeweb data to illustrate the extent of negative yields in euro-zone government bonds. The data shows that, of the total volume of EUR 5,620,194,778,991.67 currently outstanding in euro-zone government bonds, EUR 2,622,768,401,323.00 (46.67%) are trading with negative mid-yields, as of close on Wednesday 18th …

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Tradeweb guides the market through the summer of EMIR

This summer will bring a number of important deadlines with respect to clearing obligations for the European buy-side community. In fact, we are now within ten days of the front-loading window for “category 2 entities” under EMIR. In a new white paper published by Tradeweb, Managing Director Simon Maisey guides readers through important deadlines and …

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Tradeweb launches US ETF trading platform

Yesterday saw Tradeweb launch a new electronic over-the-counter marketplace for U.S.-listed exchange-traded funds (ETFs) – offering access to 11 leading liquidity suppliers, along with solutions for pre-trade price transparency and operational efficiency. “We have introduced a very efficient way of trading U.S.-listed ETFs electronically, leveraging our technology and network to support a competitive and liquid over-the-counter marketplace,” …

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Tradeweb’s Andrew Bernard writes in Regulation Asia about how regulation is accelerating uptake of e-trading

Regulation and innovation are working in concert to promote greater transparency, efficiency and liquidity in derivatives markets, says Andrew Bernard, head of Asia at Tradeweb, writing in Regulation Asia. Legislators around the world are working to realise the commitment made by G20 nations at Pittsburgh in 2009, which requires all standardised OTC-derivatives trades to be executed on electronic platforms, cleared …

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Tradeweb’s Andrew Bernard discusses the state of derivatives regulation in Futures and Options World

In response to the global financial crisis of 2008, policymakers around the world have set about reforming derivatives regulations to make the financial system stronger and more resilient, writes Andrew Bernard, head of Asia at Tradeweb, in Futures and Options World. To this end, the G20 Pittsburgh Summit called for standardised OTC derivatives to be subject to …

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Tradeweb hosts first yen-swap trade under new Japanese trading rules

On Tuesday 1st September, Tradeweb Markets announced that its new regulated marketplace for trading interest-rate swaps in Japan had hosted its first yen-swap trade under the new mandatory Japanese trading rules. “The market has been preparing for the derivatives trading mandate in Japan for some time now, and there has been a trend toward electronic …

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