Source: CA Chevreux
Crédit Agricole Cheuvreux has taken a further step in the ongoing expansion of its access to marketplaces throughout the world with the addition of Brazil (BM&F Bovespa Stock Exchange), Israel (Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange) and Mexico (Bolsa Mexicana de Valores).
This move brings the trading capabilities of CA Cheuvreux to a total of 100 execution venues, including all major MTFs and dark pools. The European broker strives to enable its clients to benefit from the broadest possible selection of equity pricing across the globe.
"There is increasing client demand for market access to developed and emerging markets." said Ian Peacock, Global Head of Execution Services at CA Cheuvreux. "The addition of these new venues is a prime example of CA Cheuvreux's ongoing commitment to providing industry leading liquidity access to key global markets, through an array of high quality products and technologically advanced trading tools."
In 2010, CA Cheuvreux added a total of 15 new execution venues; five exchanges (Egypt, Russia, Israel, Brazil and Mexico), five MTFs (ITG Posit, LiquidnetH2O, KnightLink, SmartPool, TQ Lens) and five US dark pools.