SuperDerivatives reaches out to buy-side with new interface

Buy-side and sales desk users can now configure SuperDerivatives to show the level of information they need to price and trade options. “Typically, end-users from the buy-side and sales desks staff servicing them do not require the same amount of information about an option as market makers or structurers,” said Richard Bowden, SuperDerivatives' head of European sales.

Users can set the service as a default mode, or switch over to it in real time. SuperDerivatives believes the introduction of this simplified version will encourage more buy-side users to price and then use options to hedge their foreign exchange exposures.

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