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FFastFill reports new hosted trading services contract

07 June 2006  |  1281 views  |  0 Source: FFastFill

FFastFill, the leading provider of application services to the global derivatives market, announces that another global financial institution has contracted to obtain its third party front-end trading technology as a service provided by FFastFill Inc., its Chicago-based subsidiary.

This new service will provide traders in the institution's advisory and capital markets business with direct access to electronic exchange-traded energy markets.

This contract win represents FFastFill's third contract in the last few weeks which enables firms to connect rapidly to the electronically traded energy markets. The contract adds a new global financial institution to the growing list of firms using FFastFill's application service.

Said Hamish Purdey, Chief Operating Officer of FFastFill plc: "We are very pleased to take on another important customer by being able to offer them rapid deployment of sophisticated technology that connects them to the energy markets."

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