Standard Chartered, Bloomberg develop electronic workflow for Korean Treasury bonds

The workflow shortens the time it takes for investors to trade KTBs, and can be tweaked to suit other emerging bond markets.

Standard Chartered and Bloomberg have introduced an electronic trading workflow for Korean Treasury bonds (KTBs). The tool allows investors to access global and domestic sources of liquidity for those bonds on the Bloomberg Terminal.

Investors can stage, monitor, trade, process, and allocate KTB orders through a fully-electronic workflow via Bloomberg’s electronic trading offering. This process was previously cumbersome and challenging due to the setup, capture, and conveyance of investment

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