The BX Berne eXchange has launched stock exchange platform Aixecute and has migrated the trading of shares, bonds, funds and derivatives to the new platform, which adds a new trading front end and a new FIX interface.
MACD developed the entire exchange platform, website, and trade reporting and settlement links in less than 15 months.
Aixecute is scalable for increasing volumes and can be used for any asset class. It is designed for stock exchanges or bank internal markets and encompasses the elements necessary for running an exchange or trading platform. The name Aixecute is a combination of ‘Aix-La-Chapelle’ and ‘to execute’. Aix-La-Chapelle is the French name for Aachen, domicile of MACD, on the German border to Belgium and the Netherlands.
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