Leaning on Italian specialty-finance institution BFF Bank as solution provider, the Luxembourg Stock Exchange launches “a new post-trade model” for its markets.
According to a press release, the new solution “allows for a more streamlined and efficient settlement of securities transactions made on a channel encompassing 21,500 tradable instruments”.
“Through this collaboration, we are now able to offer a new electronic channel to send settlement instructions in a fast, integrated and secure way, without making any changes to the order transmission and trade confirmation process we have established with our trading members,” says executive-committee member Pierre Schoonbroodt.
LuxSE runs two markets: the EU-regulated Bourse de Luxembourg market opened in 1929, and the exchange-regulated Euro MTF.
Independently governed, the Luxembourg Stock Exchange is since long integrated operationally with the Euronext group, operating on its trading platform Optiq and with both enabling cross-access for each other’s members.