Source: European Energy Exchange
The European Energy Exchange (EEX) and FFastFill have signed an agreement enabling market participants to access the EEX product suite through the software provider's multi-broker network "Horizon" and its Software as a Service trading platform "Trading Pro".
FFastFill is a software and service provider for the financial sector based in London with offices in Chicago, Prague and Sydney. FFastFill offers its customers a variety of trading tools as well as an integrated risk management system which is equipped with a range of applications facilitating hedging and trading. Its network members have access to over sixty trading venues worldwide, now including the EEX Derivatives Mar- kets.
Caroline Davis, Managing Director, Business Development at FFastFill says: "We are pleased to be able to extend the market reach of the Trading Pro application to also encompass the expanding energy markets. The settlement support for the EEX con- tracts will be supported by our SEALS and Eclipse matching and clearing systems."
Steffen Köhler, Chief Operating Officer at EEX, adds: "By facilitating access to our trad- ing markets, FFastFill opens us to a wider network of participants, which will increase our distribution even further."