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BT Radianz connects to Xetra and Eurex trading systems

07 November 2005  |  2104 views  |  0 Source: BT Radianz

BT Radianz, one of the leading global providers of financial services connectivity, today announced that it has signed an agreement with Deutsche Börse Group to provide access for its community members to the Xetra and Eurex trading systems.

These Deutsche Börse applications will be accessible to multiple members within the BT Radianz community.

Rainer Riess, managing director, stock market business development, Deutsche Börse Group, said: "We are very pleased to have reached an agreement with BT Radianz and thus to be able to offer new users cost efficient and easy access to our product portfolio."

David Stopforth, head of European sales, BT Radianz, said: "BT Radianz provides access to 40 major exchanges and electronic communications networks (ECNs) globally. Many of these are realising the benefits of having their applications available on RadianzNet, particularly the connection time for new participants. We are also now seeing a significant number of participating exchanges/ECNs increasing the number of applications they make available over RadianzNet. With the MiFID deadline looming, exchanges need to realise that the regulation is not only about changing systems but creating the necessary connections."

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