Deutsche Bank Securities has chosen Nasdaq to build a new single-dealer platform, as the exchange operator seeks to expand its market technology business.
Nasdaq will build, host and operate the bank’s new US equities platform, which is due to go live in the third quarter of 2019. The exchange will manage some risk controls, venue surveillance, trade reporting, and clearing functionality. The platform is expected to scale up and integrate new technologies as required.
Carl Slesser, vice
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