ConvergEx’s RealTick offers Brazilian derivatives
First Published Wednesday, 6th April 2011 from Automated Trader : EMS News
RealTick 10 to provide Brazilian futures and options data and execution capabilities from BM&FBovespa
Stuart Breslow, chief executive officer, ConvergEx's RealTick
"The importance of having access to aggregated market data and execution across asset classes and markets cannot be overstated in today's environment."
ConvergEx Group has announced that RealTick 10, its multi-asset class execution platform, now provides Brazilian futures and options data and execution capabilities from BM&FBovespa S.A. This is the second recent regional market expansion, building on the addition of NASDAQ OMX Nordic Equity TotalView which was launched in October 2010.
"The importance of having access to aggregated market data and execution across asset classes and markets cannot be overstated in today's environment," said Stuart Breslow, chief executive officer of ConvergEx's RealTick. "Given its growth history, the Brazilian market forms an integral part of an increasing number of investment strategies for international and domestic institutions and traders. By adding Brazilian derivatives, we are providing clients with even broader options for portfolio diversification, analysis and investments."
With this offering, RealTick now provides its broker-dealer, institutional and professional clients with enhanced price discovery, access to liquidity and additional execution opportunities in Latin American markets, alongside access to North American, European and Asian markets. RealTick clients will be able to trade Brazilian derivatives, as well as equities, either locally or cross border through the firm's network of global broker-dealers.
"Throughout 2011, RealTick is continuing a series of strategic moves that will add functionality, global data and an even broader range of asset classes and geographies. The move to expand its offerings to include Brazilian derivatives is a critical element in the planned expansion," continued Breslow. "Expansion in global data and instruments available for execution, the ability to analyze pre-and post trade activity and to evaluate trades in light of specific strategies and market conditions is central to what RealTick delivers."