Can Derivatives Exchanges Become Successful Technology Vendors?
| Boston, MA, USA May 24, 2001 |
Technology Solutions for Derivatives Exchanges
In a new report entitled ? Celent Communications closely examines the leading derivatives exchanges and non-exchange technology vendors competing in the electronic derivatives market.
The latest trend in the derivatives exchange market is for the leading derivatives exchanges to market their electronic trading platforms to those exchanges looking to create new trading facilities or replace/upgrade old technology. In addition, there is a burgeoning B2B electronic market space for the trading of OTC derivatives products.
The following technology providers are covered in this report:
According to Sang Lee, the author of the report, "For derivatives exchanges, selling their internally developed electronic trading platforms is a great way to diversify their revenue stream as well as to recover incurred development costs."
He goes on to add that, "The OM Group is a formidable force in the regulated exchange market. In the rapidly developing B2B electronic marketplace for OTC products, the competition is wide-open, with nimble players like onExchange, eSpeed, and ePIT vying for market share against the established derivatives exchanges ."
The report provides a comprehensive analysis of each technology vendor, analyzing their business as well as their technology strategies.
A Table of Contents is available online.
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