Meet the future of Leveraged Loan trading
Access the most competitive prices and liquidity when trading loans on the first and only independent electronic client to multi-dealer Leveraged Loans trading platform. See how we’re bringing the same innovation bond traders have enjoyed for years to the loan market.
The 1st electronic client to multi-dealer Leveraged Loans platform
We’ve created the world’s only electronic platform where the buy and sell-side can gather to access liquidity. Built on a platform with two decades of credit experience, you can now receive the same benefits bond traders have enjoyed.
- Source liquidity from 18 dealers.
- Over $10B in executed volume.
- Trade with CLOs, Managed Accounts, ETFs and Managed Funds.
Syndicated loan market poised for technology adoption
New research conducted by Coalition Greenwich shows the willingness to change this market now exists and the technology needed to improve the end-to-end workflow is ready for prime time.
Old-school leveraged loan market inches toward the 21st century
Bloomberg News outlines the benefits electronic trading can bring to the leveraged loan market in an interview with our Head of Leveraged Loans, Howard Cohen.
Discover why the loan market is going electronic
The loan market has long lagged other credit markets in trading efficiency, transparency, and liquidity.
With time and cost savings, coupled with the ease of straight-through-processing, the benefits of moving from antiquated methods to trading loans electronically have become increasingly compelling.
Why go line-by-line down a spreadsheet when you can automate your execution?
Not only will your workflow speed up but you’ll be able to compare prices from multiple dealers, simultaneously. This level of transparency creates true pricing competition; what the market demands. And if your bid or offer isn’t a fit, you can quickly move on to your next important trade.
With our seamless connection between pre-trade and post-trade services, your entire trade lifecycle is streamlined, and settlement suffers fewer human errors, too.
*As of FY 2021