More NewsScotia Inverlat Chooses GL TRADE Front-to-back Derivatives Solution

Scotia Inverlat Chooses GL TRADE Front-to-back Derivatives Solution

GL TRADE has signed contracts with Scotia Inverlat Derivados, a subsidiary of Scotia Capital, for a derivatives trading and clearing solution, having already selected its offering of direct connectivity with the Mexican derivatives market – MexDer. Scotia Inverlat trades on MexDer via GL TRADE workstations. The company also distributes stations to its clients and members of MexDer. Some 15 different stations will be implemented by the end of the year. Scotia Inverlat has selected the back-office derivatives solution of GL TRADE based on ASP architecture.

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