Steve Grob shares his thoughts on ICE/NYSE Liffe clearing deal, NLX and competition opening up in Europe
Independent software vendor Fidessa has established a
remarkably strong following for its industry comment and
insight, particularly concerning the derivatives space.
Its close dialogue with the market fuels its standing as a
keen industry observer, at a time when the impact of
competition heating up in the European derivatives market is
The arrival of a new London-based trading venue has also
posed a direct challenge to some of the
continent’s largest exchanges in the interest rate
market, with all eyes watching its progress.
Along with new players and products, the battle between
clearing houses in Europe is also heating up as regulatory
mandates push a new flow of business through these venues.
This week, Fidessa’s director of group
strategy, Steve Grob, shares his thoughts with
Jonathan Watkins about the ICE and NYSE Liffe
clearing deal, the arrival of NLX and how competition is
opening up in Europe.
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