SuperDerivatives, the benchmark pricing system for currency options, has added Japan’s Mizuho Corporate Bank, one of the world’s largest, to its client list. Seiichi Tanaka, Vice President (options trading) at Mizuho Corporate Bank in Tokyo, said: ‘The fact that SuperDerivatives provides the market price for all these options helps us service our clients very quickly. We also find the system’s tools, such as its graphical displays, further helps the sales force deal efficiently with customers.’ The addition of Mizuho follows the recent signing of Sweden’s Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken (SEB). Among SuperDerivatives other customers are JP Morgan Chase, ING, SG (Societe Generale), Merrill Lynch and Commerzbank.
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