Apama to Provide Third-Party Aggregation for EBS Direct

Germany Brandenburg Gate

EBS, ICAP’s electronic foreign exchange (FX) business, has selected Apama Software AG’s platform to deliver third-party aggregation to EBS Direct, a new liquidity service with direct streaming of tailored prices.

Rome-based bank UniCredit, which is building out its online FX business to institutional clients, made the first trade.

EBS Market customers who wish to trade on EBS Direct have no additional connectivity requirements and EBS Direct liquidity consumers who are new to EBS require a single application programming interface (API) connection to gain access to streams from multiple liquidity providers.

"Our many sell-side and buy-side customers using Apama for high-volume liquidity aggregation in today's fragmented, fast-paced FX market will benefit from access to the new customer-specific pricing that EBS Direct offers," says Richard Bentley, VP of financial services at Darmstadt, Germany-based Software AG.

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