Burgundy, a trading platform for Nordic securities, today announces their availability via Nyse Technologies' global SFTI (Secure Financial Transaction Infrastructure) network.
The addition of Burgundy as a trading destination on the SFTI backbone enables customers already connected to the backbone to easily receive Burgundy data and trade on their platform without the need to build or connect to a new infrastructure.
Operated and maintained by NYSE Technologies, SFTI spans Europe, U.S. and Asia and is used as the industry backbone for low latency, high-performance trading and market data transmissions. Adding Burgundy as a content service provider on the network facilitates clients' access to the Nordic liquidity available on Burgundy.
Olof Neiglick, CEO of Burgundy, said: "We are pleased that NYSE Technologies clients can reach Burgundy through SFTI since we at Burgundy are continuously looking to strengthen and expand our trading and clearing offer at low cost."
Don Brook, Global Head of Infrastructure at NYSE Technologies said: "This is a response to the increased demand we've recently seen from European customers wanting to access Burgundy over SFTI. Adding Burgundy to the list of available markets on SFTI offers additional value to our existing community, further enabling our customers to access more venues with exceptional security and reliability, with minimal investment."