Electronic trading systems provider Trayport, has strengthened its product offering by introducing a new range of market-based solutions called GlobalVision. The company said that the suite products had been designed to address key requirements of brokers, traders and exchanges. The suite is built on Trayport’s GlobalVision multi-asset class electronic trading platform with each product designed to maintain the flexibility and strength of the core technology. The products meet a variety of requirements from data distribution to full trading systems for exchanges and brokers.
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