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Navesis-ETF platform moves into Emerging Markets

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Following the successful launch of Navesis-ETF, the MTF for trading ETFs referencing net asset value, Tradition and Nomura have announced the listing of 35 new emerging markets ETFs on to the platform.

These additions significantly enhance the depth and range of markets that can be accessed through the platform. The additions address requests received from the Navesis-ETF customer base, epitomising the continued philosophy of a platform developed to fulfil the desires of market participants.  Further product and issuer additions are planned.
 
Since Navesis-ETF’s successful launch in February this year, the platform now lists almost 200 ETFs, covering Equities, Commodities, Fixed Income and Emerging Markets. Most of the core customer base has signed up and work is in progress to add several more market makers to the platform. New functionality enhancements are constantly being made, incorporating client feedback.
 
Rupert Hodges (pictured), Managing Director – TFS Derivatives Ltd, London, at Tradition says: “This indicates a significant step in advancing our current capabilities. We’re seeing ever-increasing levels of demand from investors looking for a low cost, efficient & effective way to gain access to those markets, especially Asia, Africa and the Middle East, which would otherwise prove very difficult. This, together with further functional enhancements that we have implemented since launch, marks another important step forward in the development of Navesis-ETF, as the market’s leading ETF trading platform.”
        
Lee Burrows, Head of Delta One, EMEA at Nomura, says: “In light of market reaction to the platform and the level of participation that we are currently experiencing, this move represents a natural and logical progression for the platform after a particularly encouraging launch period. The expansion of Navesis-ETF into a more diversified product range comes after positive feedback and a strong initial uptake, whilst demonstrating our continued desire to cater for the evolving needs of the market. It represents the first of many positive steps in listening to, and providing for, the market as it continues to advance.”

 

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