NatWest Markets Restarts Rollout of Axe Data Add-In After Covid-19 Disruption

The bank has partnered with ipushpull to develop an Excel bolt-on for clients with axe data who do not have access to Symphony.


NatWest Markets has restarted the rollout of its Microsoft Excel add-in, built by ipushpull, to allow buy-side clients to download axe trader-interest data.  

Ipushpull began building a tailored Excel add-in for NatWest Markets at the end of last year. “We were actually just starting to roll it out when the [Covid-19] lockdown started,” says Julien Dugat, who works in fixed-income client execution platforms and digital sales at NatWest Markets.

“During the lockdown, especially when it started

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