The broker last week agreed a long-term licence for CME’s hybrid trading tech
The managing director for electronic
broking at Tullett Prebon has said that the recently-agreed
license extension with CME Group for its hybrid trading
technology will see the exchange’s tech become the
cornerstone system for the firm.
"It is already widely used within Tullett
Prebon and supports our hybrid model in all major asset
classes. This licence acquisition gives us the flexibility and
agility to deliver new functionality which will ultimately
result in the technology being capable of supporting even more
products… We expect this to be a cornerstone hybrid
technology for the firm," David Perkins, MD for electronic
broking at Tullett Prebon told FOW on Wednesday.
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