Expanding opportunity. Reducing costs.
When you join Open Trading, you’re part of a global marketplace that’s vastly increasing trading connections. With a suite order book, request-for-quote and axe protocols, you have full control of your trading style. All-to-all trading means you can access valuable liquidity directly—whether investor to dealer, dealer to dealer, even dealer to investor—creating a new universe of opportunity.
Putting more counterparties in competition improves pricing and lowers transaction costs. That’s $380+ million in total savings, last year alone.*
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Everything in one place. One login, multiple capabilities.
Along with access to high-quality data tools including:
Live order book automated credit trading is in sight.
The Live Markets order book creates a single view of two-way, actionable prices for the most active and newly issued bonds in the market.
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* Activity is for Market List-winning trades for full year 2019. Estimated liquidity taker cost savings is defined as the difference between the winning price and the best disclosed dealer cover price. Estimated liquidity provider cost savings is defined as the difference between the winning price and then current Composite+ bid or offer level (offer if the provider is buying, bid if provider is selling) at the time of the inquiry. Products include U.S. high-grade, high-yield, emerging markets, Eurobonds and municipal bonds.