Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi deploys Integral derivatives trading system
06 June 2006 | 5402 views | 0
California-based Integral Development Corporation has rolled out its derivatives trading platform at Japan's Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (BTMU).
The vendor says its Direct Derivatives trading platform facilitates the efficient trading of interest rate derivatives, including a range of interest rate swaps.
The platform is already networked to more than 300 BTMU branches throughout Japan.
BTMU says the derivatives system has the scalability to accommodate growth and with the efficiencies gained from the system, it is now able to handle much larger volume and deal in smaller size lots.
Commenting on the system, Harpal Sandhu, Integral CEO, says: "Integral Direct Derivatives brings the trading floor directly to the bank's sales person for their customers, providing a customisable and flexible dealing platform that integrates seamlessly with internal systems."