Chicago-based start-up EESAT provides data stream for complex trading activity
Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) said
it has added market data tools from a tech start-up founded by
a group of former US options brokers to better enable its
clients to trade complex orders.
The US investment bank has cut a deal with
tech firm EESAT, a spin-off from US floor broker MEB, to use
its EESAT OptEx tools to take advantage of trading
opportunities in the complex order space, a growing business
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