Bank consortium deploys WebLogic to support trade information system

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Bank consortium deploys WebLogic to support trade information system

Antony Savvas

LiquidityHub, a consortium of leading investment banks, is using BEA Systems technology to support its trading information platform.

LiquidityHub has standardised on BEA technology to underpin its real-time fixed-income trade messaging system. LiquidityHub operates in the fixed-income markets, providing aggregated liquidity and market data in support of electronic trading.

It is using the BEA WebLogic Real Time 2.0 system to support a low-latency, high-performance operational environment.

Robert Macleod, CEO at LiquidityHub, said, "LiquidityHub provides the fixed income market with multi-dealer, multi-distributor trade messaging that facilitates unprecedented access to deeper liquidity.

"By offering micro-second response times, BEA WebLogic Real Time will help us deliver immediate and reliable aggregate liquidity from participating banks."

Launched in October this year, LiquidityHub is backed by 16 leading banks. It offers participating dealers connectivity direct to their clients' desktops via Bloomberg and Reuters.

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