Royal Bank of Scotland’s (RBS) London-based Financial Markets division has expanded its Bloomberg Electronic Trading offering by adding euro interest rate swaps.RBS already offers its customers trading in government bonds, supranational bonds, corporate bonds and structured notes through the Bloomberg terminal.
John McCormick, global head of sales and marketing at RBS Financial Markets, said the move was in response to customer requests for, “competitive euro swap pricing on Bloomberg.”
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