More NewsSGIB Launches Direst Capital Access on ETFs

SGIB Launches Direst Capital Access on ETFs

Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking (SGIB) has launched direct capital access on exchange traded funds (ETF DCA), an electronic order facilitation service leveraging SGIB’s expertise in ETF and electronic Trading. ETF DCA allows institutional investors to send orders electronically for instant access to liquidity in size which would not generally be available on exchange, and therefore benefitting from immediate execution.

This facility, which is a direct response to the needs of the institutional trading community, provides faster, smoother and more efficient execution and overcomes liquidity and regulatory challenges by combining agency algorithms with capital provision.

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