Neptune currently has 24 banks live on its platform with two more set to go live by early in the second quarter, Byron Cooper-Fogarty, the firm’s head of sales, tells WatersTechnology. At the start of 2017, it only had 16 banks live. It also has 55 buy-side firms with about $22 trillion under management signed on, according to Cooper-Fogarty.
While the company started in London with a focus on the euro and sterling, in the past year it has seen strong growth in the US, helping to expand the net
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