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Tradeweb offers direct access to Asian dark pool BlocSec

10 May 2010  |  2054 views  |  0 Source: Tradeweb

Tradeweb, a leading provider of online markets, and BlocSec, the first Asian dark pool which caters to both buy-side and sell-side investors, announced today the availability of direct access to Asian-based crossing network BlocSec via Autex Trade Route, a leading global FIX network.

"Since its launch in May 2008, BlocSec has become the preeminent Asian liquidity aggregator and electronic crossing network for Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore and Australian equities," said Christian Chan, Director of Electronic Execution Sales at CLSA. "With our continuous commitment to expanding the BlocSec distribution network, we are pleased to extend the availability of our deep pool of anonymous liquidity to Autex Trade Route's global client base."

"BlocSec's unique buy and sell-side liquidity from across Asia is a welcome addition to the Autex Trade Route network, providing our clients with even greater choice and access to the region's growing variety of advanced execution methods and venues," said Robert Warshaw, Managing Director of Tradeweb.

 

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