Derivatives technology vendors have reported a significant upturn in activity among buy-side firms, looking to meet a February 28 deadline for processing all credit derivatives novation consents through electronic platforms.
T-Zero, a credit derivatives affirmation and connectivity provider based in London and New York, has appointed Clive de Ruig as head of its north American operations.
New York-based electronic brokerage Creditex has acquired a minority interest in New York-based syndicated loan settlement platform TSI.
New York-based credit derivatives trade processing specialist T-Zero has named George Harrington as chief operating officer.
Q-Wixx, the US credit derivatives technology company, has conducted its first electronic trade of a bundle of credit default swap (CDS) contacts.
New York-based technology firm T-Zero has announced its prime brokerage electronic affirmation utility has been used by a JP Morgan client for the first time.
Bloomberg has linked up with New York-based technology firm T-Zero to provide its users with an electronic affirmation process for credit default swaps (CDS). T-Zero’s straight-through processing (STP) will allow users to capture and communicate trade...
Market technology provider T-Zero has teamed up with San Francisco software company Calypso to provide improved processing of credit derivatives trades
London-based inter-dealer broker CreditTrade has adopted straight-through processing by teaming up with London-based technology firm T-Zero. Within the next few weeks, banks will be able to streamline the processing and confirmation of credit derivatives...
JP Morgan went live on T-Zero’s post-trade processing platform for credit derivatives on Monday. It is the first dealer to join the platform since Goldman Sachs initially used the technology after its trade with KBC Alternative Investment Management...
UK-based credit derivatives platform T-Zero expects to see more trades in the next couple of weeks following its inaugural trade on Friday, says Mark Beeston, the platform's president.
T-Zero, a newly launched company spun-off from Creditex to improve credit derivatives processing, has named Mark Beeston as its first president.