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Nomura joins BondVision

21 October 2004  |  1126 views  |  0 Source: MTS

BondVision, the B2C (Business-to-Consumer) arm of the MTS Group, is pleased to announce that Nomura International, the London operation of the Nomura Group, has joined its consortium of dealer participants.

The inclusion of Nomura on BondVision takes the total number of dealers on the platform to 30 and serves to reinforce BondVision’s position as the largest consortium of dealers in fixed-income securities.

Turnover on BondVision hit an all time ‘high’ in 3Q2004 as volumes, benefiting from the addition of new securities and an increased client base, soared by 85% compared with 3Q2003. BondVision currently offers clients the opportunity to trade in more than 900 securities, including Index Linked bonds and Principals, through its association with Europe’s fixed-income dealers.

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