BlackRock Leans Toward RFQ E-Trading

BlackRock favors electronic trading models that use requests for quotes for trading derivatives, rather than central limit order book models, because there is currently greater access to liquidity.

  • 11 May 2012

BlackRock favors electronic trading models that use requests for quotes for trading derivatives, rather than central limit order book models, because there is currently greater access to liquidity.

Supurna VedBrat, managing director and co-head of electronic trading and market infrastructure in New York, told DI that central limit ...

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