Tradeweb Awarded European Central Bank Electronic Trading Platform Contracts

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LONDON (July 23, 2015) – Tradeweb Markets, the leading global marketplace for electronic fixed income, derivatives and ETF trading, announced it has been awarded two contracts to supply its electronic trading platform (ETP) to the European Central Bank (ECB). 

 

The contracts cover the provision of an ETP for trading euro-denominated European government bonds, European credit, supranationals and covered bonds, along with U.S. treasuries, Japanese government bonds, U.S. dollar supranationals and U.S dollar- and yen-denominated interest rate swaps. 

 

Lee Olesky, CEO of Tradeweb Markets, said: "We are extremely pleased to have won this important tender. We value our strong relationship with the ECB and will continue to work closely with them to ensure we’re providing the trading solutions they need." 

 

About Tradeweb Markets

Tradeweb Markets builds and operates many of the world’s most efficient financial marketplaces, providing market participants with greater transparency and efficiency in fixed income and derivatives. Focused on applying technology to enhance efficiency throughout the trade lifecycle, Tradeweb pioneered straight-through-processing in fixed income and now supports marketplaces for more than 20 asset classes with electronic execution, processing, post-trade analysis and market data in an integrated workflow. Tradeweb Markets serves the dealer-to-customer markets through the Tradeweb institutional platform, inter-dealer trading through Dealerweb, and the US-based retail fixed income community on Tradeweb Direct. Customers rely on Tradeweb to drive the evolution of fixed income and derivatives through flexible trading architecture and more efficient, transparent markets.

 

For more information, visit www.tradeweb.com.

 

 

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