All derivative products listed on Borsa Istanbul Derivatives Market (VIOP) are now available for trading through Trading Technologies’ trading platform, according to an announcement this week. This gives clients the ability to trade the exchange’s derivatives, including foreign exchange, commodities, indices, and interest rate futures and options on futures, whilst utilising the suite of tools provided by Trading Technologies. “This represents an exciting opportunity for Trading Technologies, as this connection to Borsa Istanbul brings us into a new region,” says Steve Stewart, Managing Director, Sales EMEA.
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