Turquoise chief executive Eli Lederman says a wide range of third-party service providers have now gone through final stages of conformance testing with the MTF, and will be ready to carry data from the market when it launches. These include mainstream data vendors such as Thomson Reuters and Bloomberg, low-latency data specialists such as UK-based Fixnetix, NYSE Euronext subsidiary Wombat Financial Software and Paris-based Quant House, along with several trading system vendors including Fid
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