Turquoise eyes SOLA power for derivatives

LSE officials say they plan to create and list new derivative products, as well as challenge market share in existing contracts on other exchanges

London Stock Exchange

The London Stock Exchange's Turquoise multilateral trading facility will begin trading pan-European equity derivatives in the second quarter of next year, using the SOLA exchange matching engine and data distribution technology from Canadian exchange TMX Group.

The LSE has used the SOLA platform - originally developed by TMX's Montreal Exchange derivatives market - since last November to power its EDX derivatives exchange subsidiary, and earlier this month rolled out SOLA to support IDEM, the

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