UK - NeoNet, a leading provider of real-time equity trading services for institutional investors and broker-dealers, is establishing a sales and representation office in London.
Chief executive Torvald Bohlin said: “Our office in London will mean a clearer presence and awareness among our UK clients. The UK is NeoNet’s third largest market and London is the financial centre of Europe.”
Clients can access a third of the world’s equity market capitalisation over NeoNet’s global exchange network, reducing the cost of execution and market impact by reaching several major liquidity sources and consolidating European and US trading strategies.
The company also has offices in Stockholm and New York.
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