More NewsCredit Agricole Indosuez Cheuvreux Connects to Radianz Extranet

Credit Agricole Indosuez Cheuvreux Connects to Radianz Extranet

Crédit Agricole Indosuez Cheuvreux(CAI Cheuvreux) has signed a multiyear agreement to use Radianz’s global financial extranet, RadianzNet. Institutional investors in Europe, Asia and the United States will be able to use RadianzNet for secure Internet Protocol (IP)-based access to CAI Cheuvreux’s electronic brokerage service. RadianzNet also will enable investors to trade with CAI Cheuvreux using the Financial Information Exchange (FIX) protocol. FIX is the financial industry’s recognized standard for communicating indication of interest or IOIs, orders, executions, allocation, and settlement instructions. Lexit Capital in New York and InvestNet in Milan, Italy will be among the first institutions connected to CAI Cheuvreux electronic direct access via RadianzNet.

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