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Plato Partnership enters “exclusive” deal with Turquoise

LCH. Clearnet and Traiana have processed the first trades on ForexConnect

The Plato Partnership, a consortium of asset managers and broker-dealers working to build a non-profit equities trading utility in Europe, has chosen the London Stock Exchange’s Turquoise subsidiary as its preferred partner, and the two companies announced they are exploring a “commercial collaboration”.

Turquoise triples turnover with revamped dark trading service

Robert Barnes has jumped straight into making Turquoise the most successful equity venue in Europe

European equity market Turquoise has reported a drastic increase in dark trading volumes following the relaunch of its ‘dark’ pool Uncross service. Banking Technology spoke to Robert Barnes, new chief executive at Turquoise, to find out why.

LSE launches new derivatives market

The LSE's new derivatives market will replace Turquoise Derivatives

The London Stock Exchange has intensified its push into the derivatives markets with the launch of a new bourse called LSE Derivatives Market, which it says will create new opportunities for traders in London and provide a better proposition under the EU’s EMIR legislation than its predecessor Turquoise Derivatives.

Former UBS MTF chief Robert Barnes to join Turquoise

Robert Barnes joins Turquoise following a successful run at UBS MTF

Robert Barnes, former chief executive of UBS MTF, is to take up a new role at Turquoise, the MTF owned by the London Stock Exchange. Barnes, who had been advising in a consultancy since he left UBS in February, will replace outgoing Turquoise chief Natan Tiefenbrun, who is understood to be leaving for his own reasons.

Turquoise makes Tiefenbrun chief as Farnham departs for LME

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Turquoise, the London MTF owned by the London Stock Exchange, has appointed Natan Tiefenbrun as its chief executive, following the departure of Adrian Farnham to the London Metal Exchange.

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