Exchange Systems Mach II


by Kirk Kjeldsen and Daniel Safarik

During the 1990s, exchanges trumpeted their sparkling new home-grown trading platforms.

Now they’re either trying to commercialize that technology or outsource it to a growing list of vendors.

"The first [exchanges to go electronic] felt, ‘We have to build everything,’ " says Eric Fishhaut, vice president of technical strategy at GlobalView, which supplies technology to the New York Mercantile Exchange. "Then certain software companies began to build engines and

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