“The partnership will give SuperDerivatives customers the ability to price, analyze and trade exchange-traded Liffe products within SuperDerivatives’ applications alongside over-the-counter (OTC) products—allowing them greater flexibility in choosing the right market for realizing their investment goals. SuperDerivatives’ certification for our newly launched Liffe Connect 10.0 brings other important benefits to their customer base, including full access to the functionality within the Liffe Connect application programming interface and full market data,” says Paul MacGregor, director of technology partnerships at Liffe.
The synergy of the two platforms will enable SuperDerivatives users to see streaming prices from Euronext and interact with the market through SuperDerivatives' Web-based applications. SuperDerivatives’ pricing system will merge OTC prices with exchange prices to maximize transparency for users with the target of tightening the bid-offer spreads in the corresponding exchange products.
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