Tradeweb Eyes Electronic Interdealer Market

Lee Olesky, Tradeweb

Electronic fixed-income trading venue operator Tradeweb will expand its interdealer division with the launch of an electronic interdealer market for US treasuries later this quarter, according to Tradeweb officials.

Tradeweb moved into the interdealer space in 2008 with the acquisition of broker Hilliard Farber & Co., and in 2009 and 2010, Tradeweb launched an integrated voice/electronic-trading offering for off-the-run treasuries as well as to-be-announced (TBA) mortgages, US agency securities and US treasury bills.

Tradeweb also recently completed the acquisition of Rafferty Capital Markets from Rafferty Holdings. Rafferty Capital Markets' US treasuries, US agencies, mortgages, repo, corporate bonds, and taxable and non-taxable municipal bonds desk will be integrated into Dealerweb.

"As market structure continues to evolve, our portfolio of businesses will enable us to lead the migration toward more transparent and efficient markets," says Lee Olesky, CEO of Tradeweb.

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