Quote MTF venue to block unwanted bids

By Philip Stafford from Trading Technology

Quote MTF is to launch a share trading platform that allows users to block unwanted interest amid signs of growing industry momentum to offer investors greater choice over their electronic trading counterparty.

The move by the Budapest-based start-up venue reflects how some investors, particularly so-called “buyside” institutions like pension funds and asset managers, remain wary that high-speed traders are limiting their ability to trade large blocks of shares.

Earlier this week, CA Cheuvreux, the equity brokerage arm of Crédit Agricole, launched a European equity trading platform for institutional and retail customers only, excluding the proprietary trading desks of big banks or high-speed traders.

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