Boat, set up by a consortium of nine banks to take advantage of the pre- and post-trade transparency requirements of the European Union's Markets in Financial Instruments Directive, will locate its core systems at two sites—one hosted by Colt and the other by BT Radianz.
The decision to use a choice of sites not only provides greater resilience, but also offers more flexibility for contributors and distributors of Boat's data, who can choose between three different options when connecting to
WatersTechnology attended the Futures Industry Association's annual conference in Boca Raton, Florida. These are the takeaways.Subscribe to Weekly Wrap emails
- The Insurgents: Fintechs Are Knocking Off Incumbents
- CFTC Commissioners Lash Out at EC Clearing Proposals
- Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 113: IBM's Lund on Blockchain's Evolution
- Wrestling Over Competing Mifid II, GDPR Data Demands
- MarketAxess Banks on Asian Electronic Markets with BlackRock Partnership