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NeoNet, a provider of high-speed direct market access brokerage services and trading software, is linking up with derivatives exchange Eurex to offer access to its range of equity index futures, including Dax futures, SMI, Stoxx and Euro Stoxx.
The tie-up with Eurex complements NeoNet's existing offering of OMX futures and global equities marketplaces. Over the past year NeoNet has expanded its global execution services with trading on exchanges in Asia, Australia and eastern Europe as well as the multilateral trading facility Chi-X.
'As our clients' needs grow, the need to respond to demand for other asset classes is paramount,' says NeoNet president and chief executive Simon Nathanson. 'We believe that offering access to one of Europe's largest derivatives exchanges and clearing houses makes connectivity to NeoNet even more attractive.'
Jointly operated by Deutsche Börse and SWX Swiss Exchange, Eurex is a leading marketplace for European derivatives and its electronic trading and securities clearing platform offers clearing functionality for derivatives, equities, bonds and repurchase agreements.
NeoNet already offers trading access to the following exchanges: American Stock Exchange, Amsterdam, Australian Securities Exchange, Brussels, Copenhagen, Dublin, Frankfurt, Helsinki, Hong Kong, Jasdaq, Lisbon, London, Madrid, Milan, Nasdaq, NYSE, Osaka, Oslo, Paris, Singapore, Stockholm, Swiss Exchange, Tokyo, Toronto, Vienna, Virt-x and Warsaw. It also offers access to alternative trading systems in Europe and the US.
NeoNet is an agency broker offering clients neutral direct market access trading on leading exchanges and alternative trading venues and offers its technology and infrastructure, NeoNet XG, to banks and broker-dealers trading using their own exchange memberships. The firm has clients in more than 20 countries and offices and sales representation in France, Germany, Italy, Sweden, the UK and US.
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