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TradingScreen Partners BIDS Trading

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TradingScreen, and all-asset class OEMS provider, is partnering BIDS Trading, a large block trading ATS by volume in the US and the technology behind Cboe LIS in Europe, to give the buy-side access to BIDS liquidity in the US and Cboe LIS’ liquidity pool in Europe. The partnership will benefit market participants with quicker execution and access to orders that will remove past inefficiencies in trading blocks of shares.

BIDS has created a secure ecosystem where information disclosure is controlled by the trader via customisable trading tools, such as BIDS Scorecards and Filters that can filter out counterparties based on past trading behaviour. Cboe LIS licenses BIDS technology to power its matching engine, while the BIDS Trader software provides access to both venues from the same platform.

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