ABN Amro and State Street have rolled out enhanced access to the world's top futures markets
Two top banks have significantly expanded their futures
trading capabilities by providing enhanced electronic access to
the worlds key derivatives markets, writes Luke
ABN Amro said on Thursday it has launched a global execution
platform that leverages the Dutch banks many exchange
memberships to provide clients with electronic access to some
22 US exchanges, 16 European venues and three Asian
The platform is vendor neutral so it will work
seamlessly with clients trading systems and provides risk
controls tailored specifically to local regulation.
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