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Delaware Board of Trade Announces Strategic Investment from S.S. Lootah Holdings Group

March 20th, 2017

The Delaware Board of Trade Holdings is pleased to announce a strategic investment by the S.S. Lootah Holdings Group to create a partnership between both companies. Its international business arm, S.S. Lootah International, looks forward to assisting the Delaware Board of Trade (“DBOT”) in launching a unique market center for equity securities trading.

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TULLETT PREBON LAUNCHES ONLINE PLATFORM TO MATCH UP TRADERS

Tullett Prebon is launching an online platform designed to match up sellers of alternative investment positions with potential buyers, as new regulation and advances in technology pushes the industry of interdealer brokers to explore new markets. The Tullett Prebon Alternative Investments Matching Engine is aimed at investors in hedge funds, private equity and real estate funds who want to buy or sell illiquid positions, a practice that has historically been complicated and opaque.

Financial Times‎, May 11th, 2015

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FUNDAMENTAL INTERACTIONS - LEADING BROKERAGE FIRM ADOPTS ONETICK MARKET SURVEILLANCE SOLUTION

OneMarketData, LLC, today announce that a leading introducing and executing brokerage firm has adopted the OneTick Market Surveillance Service, a hosted solution created by OneMarketData in partnership with Fundamental Interactions, Inc., to perform intraday trade surveillance for regulated entities.

New York, NY, January 29, 2015

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The Canadian Securities Exchange Launches Matching Engine and Suite of New Products

The Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE) and Equinix, Inc. (Nasdaq: EQIX), the global interconnection and data center company, today announced that the CSE has selected Equinix as its primary data center provider. The CSE will be offering its new matching engine, data feed services, risk management, compliance, smart router and order protection services.

REDWOOD CITY, Calif. and TORONTO, Sept. 29, 2016 /PRNewswire

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STOCK EXCHANGE: WHY WILMINGTON?

Delaware Board of Trade officials say they have $7 million of the $8 million needed to be operational in 2016
The group trying to launch a new stock exchange aimed at small- and mid-capped companies didn't know what they were getting into by partnering with Delaware.

THE NEWS JOURNAL DECEMBER 21, 2015

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Silver Portal Capital to Launch Blockchain-Enabled Trading Platform for Illiquid Real Estate Securities

Silver Portal Capital will deploy the Fundamental Interactions technology platform to pioneer
new primary and secondary trading markets in illiquid real estate securities, leveraging the blockchain and utilizing the FINRA-regulated DBOT ATS (Delaware Board of Trade) for order matching and regulatory trade reporting.

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FUNDAMENTAL INTERACTIONS INC ANNOUNCES TURN-KEY VENTURE EXCHANGE AND CROWD FUNDING PLATFORM

Fundamental Interactions Inc. has built out its core Nano Exchange platform to bring together the vanguard participants in crowd-funding and venture exchange on a new breed of stock exchange focused on initial public offerings and secondary trading.

New York, NY (PRWEB) June 15th, 2015

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Tullett Prebon and Synrex combine to bring liquidity and innovation to the Real Estate market

9 March 2016, London

 Tullett Prebon, one of the world’s leading interdealer brokers and Synrex Ltd, a business bringing innovation to the real estate asset class, today announced the establishment of a joint venture to develop a new institutional all-to-all real estate trading portal for the issuance and secondary trading of indirect real estate risk across a range of instruments.

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TULLETT PREBON LAUNCHES ONLINE PLATFORM TO MATCH UP TRADERS

Financial Times‎

May 11th, 2015

Harriet Agnew and Philip Stafford in London

Tullett Prebon is launching an online platform designed to match up sellers of alternative investment positions with potential buyers, as new regulation and advances in technology pushes the industry of interdealer brokers to explore new markets. The Tullett Prebon Alternative Investments Matching Engine is aimed at investors in hedge funds, private equity and real estate funds who want to buy or sell illiquid positions, a practice that has historically been complicated and opaque.

Many of these funds have long-term liquidity structures, which mean that investors can only take their money out at specific intervals that can range from once every quarter to once every few years. The new platform is designed to increase transparency, simplify arranging of transactions and make trade settlement more efficient.

Suchita Nayar, the firm’s head of alternative investments for North America, said that several general partners have signed up to run auction events, or make it easier for clients to get in and out of positions. “We are getting close to a time when investors will be able to choose between regular liquidity events several times a year, or will be able to access immediate liquidity,” she said.

Tullett Prebon is exploring new markets outside the historic scope of interdealer brokers as the firm and its rivals adapt to deep structural change.

The broker acts as a middleman in the over-the-counter swaps and energy markets, shifting illiquid assets between buyers and sellers but the model has come under threat from regulators seeking more transparency and electronic trading, and forcing banks — the main users of OTC markets — to deleverage their balance sheets. At the same time Tullett has also lost its position as the world’s second largest interdealer broker by market capitalisation to BGC Partners, which earlier this year bought GFI Group. It is expected to announce the results of its strategic review, initiated by new chief executive John Phizackerley, next month.

Opportunities in the secondary market for hedge funds arose when assets worth billions of dollars were locked into illiquid so-called “side pockets” during the financial crisis. Hedge funds used these to carve out distressed parts of their portfolios, often flattering performance in the remaining fund.

Managers were reluctant to sell these positions for fear of taking a hit, while investors wanted their money back. As a result of this dynamic, brokers tried to develop a more liquid and efficient secondary market to trade these assets.

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