Dutch Firm Gets OK To Trade Derivatives

The Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets has extended the license of The Order Machine, known as Tom, to allow it to trade derivatives.

  • 01 Jul 2011

The Netherlands Authorityfor the Financial Markets has extended the license of The Order Machine, known as Tom, to allow it to trade derivatives. Trades will be cleared through the Holland Clearing House in Amsterdam.

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