08.09.2016

Tullett Prebon to Launch Innovative Electronic Trading Platform

Tullet Prebon – London, 9 August 2016: Tullett Prebon, one of the world’s leading interdealer brokers, announces that it has entered into a partnership with GMEX Group to develop a best-in-class hybrid voice and electronic trading platform for FX Options.

The new FX Options trading solution will enhance Tullett Prebon’s offering to its clients, integrating GMEX’s request for quote (RFQ) technology with Tullett Prebon’s existing central limit order book (CLOB) capability, with rich functionality and an intuitive user interface.

GMEX Technologies, supported by its development partner Forum Trading Solutions, will provide its bespoke trading system and market surveillance solutions, backed by superior and resilient technology, for the FX Options trading platform.

David Perkins, Managing Director, Electronic Broking at Tullett Prebon, said: “This latest initiative highlights our intent to deliver premier electronic and hybrid solutions that empower our voice brokers and aid market liquidity whilst enhancing and simplifying our customers’ workflow.”

Hirander Misra, CEO of GMEX Group and Chairman of Forum Trading Solutions, said: “This agile and reliable platform will help Tullett Prebon meet the business challenges of the new regulatory landscape through FinTech innovation by ensuring voice and electronic operations work seamlessly together.”

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