Neonet, an agency brokerage and trading technology provider, is now offering trading access to the Mexican Stock Exchange – the broker’s first foray into Latin America. The Mexican Stock Exchange is the second-largest equity market in Latin America based on trading volumes in 2007.
“As the capital markets continue to globalise, you can be confident that Neonet will extend its offering of trading at the world’s most competitive and liquid marketplaces,” said Simon Nathanson, CEO and president, Neonet, in a statement.
During 2008 Neonet connected to the Australia Securities Exchange, the Eurex derivatives exchange and the new European alternative trading platforms – BATS Europe, Nasdaq OMX Europe and Turquoise. Neonet also plans to offer trading access to NYSE Euronext’s displayed mutlilateral trading facility NYSE Arca Europe, which is scheduled to launch in January.