SocGen Adds EMEA Markets To QES Platform
Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking has added seven EMEA markets to its global Quantitative Electronic Services platform.
Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking (SocGen) has added seven EMEA markets to its global Quantitative Electronic Services (QES) platform, Finextra reports. The bank has added Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Israel, South Africa and Turkey to offer direct electronic access on key developed and emerging EMEA markets to institutional investors and strengthening its overall execution platform.
The addition comes after the inclusion of Latin American and Asian markets reinforcing to extend its geographic coverage and provide innovative technology and services. With the new additions, SocGen is now offering direct electronic access on 44 global exchanges.
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