Bloomberg's SEF Introduces Sponsored Access Trading

NISA Investment Advisors, supported by Credit Suisse Securities as its futures merchant, has executed the first sponsored access trade with Goldman Sachs on Bloomberg’s swap execution facility, ahead of the mandatory deadline for swap execution facility trading on Feb. 16 next week.

  • By Hazel Sheffield
  • 12 Feb 2014

NISA Investment Advisors, supported by Credit Suisse Securities as its futures merchant, has executed the first sponsored access trade with Goldman Sachs on Bloomberg’s swap execution facility, ahead of the mandatory deadline for swap execution facility trading on Feb. 16.

Bloomberg introduced sponsored access to allow customers to ...

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