BT has announced that Burgundy, a new trading platform for Nordic shares, will use the Radianz Shared Market Infrastructure to provide high speed connectivity services for order flow and market data.
Burgundy is a membership based multilateral trading facility (MTF) for trading Nordic securities. The trading facility is owned by the leading Nordic banks and securities trading firms.
The Radianz Shared Market Infrastructure is one of the largest dedicated networks for the financial services industry and BT claims it provides fast, secure, reliable connectivity to a global community of trading-related partners, financial applications and services.
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