All-to-all, all in one.
Leverage the full power of Open Trading and discover solutions defined by your strategy with the Solutions Hub.
The Solutions Hub is our new interactive tool that synthesizes your needs to determine the optimal approach.
Put Open Trading to work for you
Live Markets: Instant liquidity in active bonds
Our anonymous central limit order book displays fully executable, streaming liquidity in active and newly issued bonds. With commitment from Goldman Sachs, Barclays and Flow Traders, don’t miss any trading opportunities.
Mid-X: Anonymous matching sessions at mid-market
Maximize trading opportunities through the vast Open Trading network and realize cost savings opportunities by trading at the Composite+™ mid-market price.
When you’re in the driver’s seat, you win
Connecting to more counterparties improves trading outcomes and lowers transaction costs whether you're a liquidity provider or liquidity taker.
Dealers are increasingly seeking liquidity via Open Trading and realizing significant cost savings. Our research scientists help define the opportunity.
Insights that cut through the noise
Access execution-ready, AI-powered pricing content on over 32,000 bonds directly within the trading workflow.
Our European trade tape shows you where the market is moving with true transparency in near real-time.
Reducing friction in fixed income markets
The Economist profiles the role technology has in driving greater efficiency and less friction in various asset markets. Our all-to-all Open Trading marketplace is highlighted as the case study for innovation in the bond markets.
Chris Concannon and Matt Miller discuss the shifting market dynamics that's prompting greater electronic trading adoption and significant transaction cost savings.
High Yield markets are prone to significant fluctuations and greater transaction costs. With Open Trading, though, Barings has been able to gain an edge.
Technology is driving significant change in the corporate bond market. Greenwich Associates outlines the latest trends in how this is taking shape.
*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 if buying, bid if provider is selling) at the time of the inquiry.