GFI Launches U.S. Electronic Trading

Friedlander, Josh
September 2004
Investment Dealers' Digest;9/13/2004, Vol. 70 Issue 35, p32
Trade Publication
This article focuses on the launching of a electronic trading in the U.S. by GFI Group, a New York-based interdealer broker and data provider. The firm will launch fully electronic trading in the U.S. in one of the Dow Jones CDX derivatives indexes on September 15, 2004 marking the first time the firm will offer fully electronic trading of credit derivatives in the U.S. Concurrent with this U.S. Foray, GFI continues to expand its credit derivatives offerings to brokers in Europe, who have had access to fully electronic trading in credit derivatives for nearly a month.


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