Nomura to launch multi-asset trading

In doing so, the bank will join others, including Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan and UBS, to introduce trading in multiple asset classes from the same front end.

The new platform was released in January, upgrading from the incumbent NomuraLive rolled out to clients in May last year, to offer a content rich front end alongside cross-asset trading capabilities. The system uses Microsoft’s Silverlight rich internet application development environment and Caplin’s messaging middleware, Xaqua (FX Week

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