Derivatives Service Bureau Begins ISINs-for-OTC-Derivatives Testing

The Derivatives Service Bureau will continue to roll out instruments onto the testing platform over the next month.

Sassan Danesh, managing partner at Etrading Software

User acceptance testing began with rates products on April 3, and will be expanded to credit derivatives on April 18, currency derivatives on April 24, equity derivatives on May 2, and commodity derivatives on May 8. Users can create and search for ISINs from the Derivatives Service Bureau via its web interface, can access ISINs by file download, and can receive new ISINs as they are created in real time via FIX.

Sassan Danesh, managing partner at ANNA’s technology partner eTrading Software

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