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SuperDerivatives and Liffe have teamed up to provide SuperDerivatives’s users with direct access to the Liffe Connect electronic trading platform.


SuperDerivatives and Liffe have teamed up to provide SuperDerivatives’s users with direct access to the Liffe Connect electronic trading platform.

"The partnership will give SuperDerivatives customers the ability to price, analyse and trade exchange-traded Liffe products within SD’s applications alongside OTC products – allowing them greater flexibility in choosing the right market for realising their investment goals.

‘SuperDerivatives’s certification for our newly launched Liffe Connect Version 10, brings other important benefits to their customer base, including full access to the functionality within the Liffe Connect API and full market data,’ says Paul MacGregor, director technology partnerships, Liffe.

‘SuperDerivatives’s real-time pricing and trading applications have earned a reputation for being easy to use with rich and unique analytical capabilities. We are excited that their users will have access to the Liffe Connect, directly from within the SD platform.’

The synergy of the two leading platforms will enable SuperDerivatives users to see streaming prices from the Euronext exchange and interact with the market through SD’s web-based applications.

‘The two companies are working together very closely to ensure a smooth user experience for SuperDerivatives customers. The SD 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.

‘The combination of SD and Liffe represents a convergence of the OTC and exchange markets for the benefit of all users,’ says David Gershon, president and chief executive, SuperDerivatives.

‘By connecting the power of SuperDerivatives’s analytics with the liquidity of  Liffe we are creating a true idea-to-execution, streamlined process. This will eventually increase liquidity and bring greater transparency to interest rate derivatives products and other Liffe Connect derivative products.’

The two companies will also co-operate on various co-marketing and sales initiatives.

Liffe is the international derivatives business of NYSE Euronext, the transatlantic exchange formed in 2007.  Liffe operates high-tech markets in Amsterdam, Brussels, Lisbon, London and Paris where every day more than EUR1.7bn  worth of derivatives business is traded by customers around the world.

Liffe offers customers a broad choice of futures and options contracts on short-term interest rates, single stocks, indices, swaps, government bonds, commodities and currencies – all available via its state-of-the-art  Liffe Connect platform.

As well as innovative products, Liffe also work with our customers to develop pioneering services, like the award-winning Bclear, helping them to do business as effectively as possible.
 
SuperDerivatives is transforming the world of options by introducing transparency to all major traded derivative classes including foreign currency, interest rates, equities, commodities, energy and credit.

Providing prices that reflect the inter-dealer market has led the company’s web-based, market-calibrated platforms to be widely accepted as the benchmark for options pricing. Trading professionals on both the buy and sell side benefit daily from SuperDerivatives’ unique combination of unbiased, aggregated market data and sophisticated modelling techniques.

The company also provides fully-fledged risk management systems, an on-line trading platform, award winning derivatives data, and Independent portfolio revaluation services. Customers include leading banks, hedge funds, asset managers, custodians and hedge fund administrators in over 60 countries, supported by a global network of SuperDerivatives offices with 24/7 support services.

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