February was a record month of activity for the ICE ETF Hub, with $20 billion of notional processed for fixed income ETFs.
Goldman follows JP Morgan, Bank of America, Citadel Securities and Virtu Financial in joining the ICE ETF ecosystem.
ICE Bonds and BlackRock provide automated execution for portfolio trading as protocol continues to rise in popularity with the buy-side.
Four major institutions are the first authorised participants to use the ICE ETF ecosystem, according to chief executive Jeff Sprecher.
ICE launched its ETF Hub last year in a bid to standardise the creation and redemption process for ETFs.
The NSE of India traded 6 billion contracts in 2019, up 58% from the year prior, compared to 4.83 billion contracts traded at CME Group.
ICE ETF Hub is an open architecture platform designed to standardise the ETF primary market where shares ETFs are created and redeemed.
ICE confirmed plans to acquire the MOVE index from Bank of America Merrill Lynch in August this year.
The SEC has voted to adopt a new framework to modernise rules for ETFs and reduce barriers to entry in the marketplace.
TMC Bonds, recently acquired by ICE, was found to have revealed client trading intentions to potential counterparties on its anonymous trading platform.