Bolstering Tech Business, NYSE Offers Hosted Services Platform

Jaworski, Alexa
June 2008
Securities Industry News;6/16/2008, Vol. 20 Issue 24, p1
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) Euronext introduction in 2008 of a hosted platform where technology vendors can offer their services to financial firms on the Secure Financial Transaction Infrastructure (SFTI). It is stated that SFTI is a communications network that links exchanges, market centers, content service providers and market participants. The power of the platform in getting market data and transaction cost analysis is also noted.


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