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LSE trading engine offers direct connection to Turquoise

26 February 2015  |  2020 views  |  0 Source: London Stock Exchange

BTS, London Stock Exchange Group’s multi-asset and multi-market front end trading and quoting solution, today announces a direct connection to Turquoise, the European Multilateral Trading Facility (MTF).

Through Turquoise, the BTS GUI, powered by GATElab, offers members access to over 4,000 shares, Depository Receipts, and ETFs admitted to trading from 18 European countries. BTS, developed on Java, can be downloaded and installed directly on a member’s PC, offering a single point of connectivity to all LSEG markets.

Eric Benedetti, Head of Technology Product Development, LSEG said: “This latest agreement strengthens the offering of the BTS trading solution by providing a direct connection to Turquoise. BTS offers an extremely light and effective front-end solution, giving participants immediate access to the market, but at the same time offers a truly professional and comprehensive set of trading services”.

Robert Barnes, Chief Executive, Turquoise said: “We are delighted BTS has enhanced its offering with access to Turquoise lit and dark order books, increasing visibility and broadening liquidity by offering BTS members and GATElab users, including those in continental and Eastern Europe access to Turquoise.”

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