Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking has added seven EMEA markets to its global Quantitative Electronic Services (QES) platform.
With the addition of Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Israel, South Africa and Turkey, the bank now offers institutional investors direct electronic access to many developed and emerging EMEA markets, further supporting the bank's overall execution platform.
This announcement follows the recent addition of Indonesia to QES on 12 October 2010 and on 28 September 2010 Chile became the fifth destination to be added in the Americas, joining equity markets in the US, Canada, Brazil and Mexico.
With these additions, the bank is now offering direct electronic access to 44 global exchanges including developed and emerging EMEA markets, which include 22 primary exchanges and the five largest MTFs, plus Asian and American exchanges.
QES is part of the bank's cash equity execution team, which offers global coverage across 65 markets, liquidity solutions, trading algorithms and an integrated execution product, which includes all equities, exchange-traded funds and derivatives.