Optiver overtakes SocGen and SIG in European ETF trading

Dutch market-maker moves into top three by carving out a niche in equity products

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Optiver has leapfrogged Societe Generale and Susquehanna International Group (SIG) to become the third-biggest off-exchange market-maker in European exchange-traded products (ETPs).

The Dutch trading firm says it has a market share of as much as 20% on the two over-the-counter venues run by Bloomberg and Tradeweb that account for the majority of ETP trading in Europe. Its on-exchange business is doing even better. Optiver was involved in 28% of ETP trades on the London Stock Exchange last year

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