UBS and TS Sign Global Multi-Asset Deal
TS signed a new commercial deal with UBS AG. The deal is global and covers all listed asset classes.
TS Chief Revenue Officer Quentin Limouzi commented, “We are very pleased to reinforce our historical relationship with UBS. We embarked on this journey together 16 years ago with the first trade executed through the platform via UBS in Tokyo, Japan. The trade was initiated from New York: it emphasized then and there how important being global and choosing the right partner was. This has not changed, we remain in a leading position as pioneers in the electronic trading space and the signature of committed deals with firms such as UBS, who also lead in their field, serves to prove that we strive to retain that leadership position, always keeping our end customers, the investment community, at the forefront of our minds.”
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