Following the signing of a partnership between ABN Amro Clearing and tick-TS in February this year, the companies have expanded the markets available via their set-up.
As of today, further access can be provided to the NYSE Euronext Cash Market and Eurex.
“The combination of the exchange memberships of AAC and the tick-TS trading front-end has proved to be very successful right from the start. We now have a substantial customer base using tick-TS who are all very enthusiastic with the speed of execution through the proximity hosted servers of tick-TS,” says Sven Diepenbach, market access business development manager at ABN Amro Clearing. “Growing our tick-TS customer base means growing the number of markets we provide them access to, which is exactly why we have added the NYSE Euronext Cash Market and Eurex to our tick-TS market palette.”
“We are excited that AAC’s customers can now utilise the derivative trading functionality of our multi-asset platform,” adds Oliver Wagner, chief executive of tick-TS. “This includes our acclaimed Grid View, which takes ladder based futures trading to a complete new level and provides a strong competitive advantage to the trader.”
The TradeBase MX APIs and FIX Hub, which allow thirrd party systems and algo traders to make use of ABN Amro Clearing’s agency execution service in an efficient manner, are now available for the new markets as well.
Further down the roadmap for market coverage are Tradegate Exchange and NYSE Liffe, planned for quarter three 2010.