Investment Technology Group (ITG), an agency research broker and financial technology firm, has expanded the Posit crossing network has expanded to cover trading in Turkish and Israeli equities, with inclusion of approximately 600 securities in Israel and 350 in Turkey.
“With the addition of Turkey and Israel, two rapidly developing equity markets, ITG is able to provide greater reach to our clients,” said Rob Boardman, managing director and head of ITG’s Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) operations. “This expansion of Posit underscores our commitment to being the leading global provider of institutional block liquidity and a key partner in improving investment performance.”
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