11.09.2021

ETFbook Partners with big xyt

big xyt, the independent provider of smart data and analytics solutions to the global trading and investment community, is pleased to announce its partnership with ETFbook, a leading ETF information and analytics platform, to provide daily fund data for their Liquidity Cockpit for ETFs solution.

big xyt’s Liquidity Cockpit for ETFs solution provides a consolidated view of security metrics for global exchange traded funds (ETFs), derived from multiple sources, encapsulating national regulated trading venues, multilateral trading facilities (MTFs) including Request for Quote (RFQ) volume, and OTC/SI reported transactions, all disseminated through a single, standardised data feed.

This partnership provides granularity of the fund classification along multiple dimensions making it easier to identify available products across any segment or exposure. Combined with additional insights regarding tradability across virtually all European venues, investors get a more holistic picture on the full set of investment options.

Robin Mess, CEO and Co-founder of big xyt, commented: “Navigating these fragmented ETF markets remains a challenge for participants needing easily digestible information on available products with independent trading analysis and this partnership with ETFbook has enabled us to provide a unique insight into both primary and secondary market liquidity.”

Pawel Janus, PhD, CEO and Co-Founder of ETFbook said: “We are very pleased to partner with big xyt on their ETF solutions. The ETF/ETP landscape evolves very rapidly in Europe with new products and new issuers, as well as with new asset classes such as cryptocurrencies, being launched all the time. Leveraging our expertise in classifying fund exposures and capturing primary activities enables big xyt to offer a unique service and great value add to the European ETF trading community.”

Source: big xyt

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