TrueEX to fight on as judge denies banks' motion to dismiss

TrueEX, the New York-based electronic trading platform provider, will carry on its legal fight against 11 dealers after a US district court ruled against the banks' motion to dismiss the suit.

  • By Costas Mourselas
  • 21 Nov 2018

In the competition lawsuit filed in June, TrueEX alleged there was an “ongoing conspiracy” among interest rate swap dealers to “undermine increased competition” in the market and maintain their “massive profits”. 

This involved sustaining trading platform Tradeweb,according to the lawsuit. Tradeweb is 55% owned by Refinitiv, the ...

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