The bond venue using blockchain technology to plug leaks

LedgerEdge trading system aims to stop prices moving against users requesting quotes in larger sizes

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Large asset managers including Fidelity have given their backing to a new corporate bond trading platform that aims to stop news of big orders leaking into the market, which can move prices against investors and increase their trading costs.

LedgerEdge, which is due to launch in Europe in the third quarter of 2021, uses distributed ledger technology (DLT) to enable buyers and sellers to shield sensitive trade information from other users. Data on trading intentions is encrypted and only

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