Join ETD at FIA's International Derivatives Expo 2023 (IDX)

We are excited to be exhibiting at FIA’s IDX this year and can't wait to join the international derivatives community in London on 19-21 June.


With 110+ exchanges globally, we provide unrivalled coverage of the F&O tradable universe and the most comprehensive, constantly evolving symbology coverage in the industry. If a derivatives contract is tradable anywhere in the world, we have it – so come see us and explore how we are making reference data scalable and accessible exactly how you want it.

Contact us to arrange a data discovery session and find out how we can transform your trading.

Where can you find us:

Visit us at Stand 33

Park Plaza, Westminster Bridge

19-21 June 2023


Meet the team


View the full event programme here:


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