Case Study: eBond Trading at Deutsche Bank

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10 April 2003

Abstract

Boston, MA, USA April 10, 2003

This case study reviews one of the world痴 most comprehensive electronic bond trading systems -- Deutsche Bank痴 electronic bond trading offering, Autobahn.

Deutsche Bank has developed a system that allows the bank痴 clients to receive live, executable prices for about 5,000 fixed income securities, denominated in 20 currencies. In addition to viewing these prices, clients can use Autobahn to execute their trades for these securities. The system was first deployed in 1996, and the past two years have seen significant extensions in the range of functionality and delivery channels offered.

The case study reviews the technologies used for the deployment, the delivery channels supported, as well as analyzing trade volumes that pass through Deutsche Bank痴 e-bond trading systems.

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Asia-Pacific, EMEA, LATAM, North America