Blink Eyes Asset Manager Customer Base With New Hire


PARIS--Blink, the electronic brokerage arm launched by Credit Agricole Indosuez in August, is ready to extend its proprietary Frontiers GUI software for Asian trading to cover UK and later European trading as a single-broker alternative to existing multi-broker connectivity options such as Reuters.

The firm is also planning to expand its offering to include trading in US securities by putting order flow through a US broker in mid- to late-November.

Blink is looking to market itself more to buy

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