Liquidnet hires two to add EM capabitilities

The trading platform provider Liquidnet announced today that it has added emerging market bonds to its institutional fixed income trading platform. To support the additional breadth of its offering, the company has hired two former bankers to its fixed income teams.

  • By Nigel Owen
  • 06 Nov 2018
The addition of the EM markets will allow investors to trade emerging market government and corporate bonds as well as bonds from six local markets at the initial launch. The local markets are Mexico, Turkey, South Africa, Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland, with additional markets to be added ...

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