TraditionDATA releases new Scandinavian data package

London, 10 October 2022: TraditionDATA, the data and information services division of Compagnie Financière Tradition (Tradition), has released a comprehensive Scandinavian data package in response to growing demand for Tradition’s best-in-class pricing data in the region. 

The full suite of Scandinavian data, which includes data on foreign exchange (FX), interest rate derivatives (IRD) and inflation, is based on a combination of prices originated from trading by Tradition’s market leading brokerage desks and its expert analytics. The data is available directly from TraditionDATA as well as on Refinitiv under the firm’s regional market data packages. 

The release of the Scandinavian data package aligns with TraditionDATA’s mission to offer smaller, granular packages based on currency, region or product which enables clients to only pay for what they actually need. This is in direct contrast to many of its competitors which only offer larger European packages which are expensive and take time to unbundle to turn into actionable business insights. 

The Scandinavian data package enables customers to analyse: 

  • FX - spots, crosses, deliverable forwards, IMM and quarterly turns across DKK, NOK and SEK
  • IRD - basis, cross-currency, IRS, OIS,
  • Inflation - inflation CPI data

 In addition to providing customers with advanced data and expertise in the Scandinavian region, TraditionDATA also enables real-time streaming, intra-day snaps, access to historical data and full integration with existing workflows.

James Watson, Global Head of Sales at TraditionDATA, commented: “At TraditionDATA, we understand that no two businesses are alike which is why we work with our customers to create packages tailored to their individual needs. We believe that regional markets will continue to require specific sets of data localised to their main areas of business activities and this approach has already seen a significant amount of success with our Japanese Nihon and Israeli Shekel packages. We’re looking forward to continuing to add new instruments to the Scandi package and expanding regional market data offerings in the coming months.” 


About TraditionDATA

TraditionDATA provides a diverse and flexible approach to market data provision across all asset classes in the global OTC derivatives markets. 

By offering smaller, focused and more granular packages based on currency, region or product, TraditionDATA enables its clients to pay for what they need, as opposed to larger packages that need unbundling. 

With over 1 trillion data points across 200+ products and 186k+ instruments going back 15+ years, as well as 43 offices in 30 countries, TraditionDATA’s ever increasing dataset is providing participants across the global financial marketplace with the information they need to power their trading and business decisions. 

Data can be delivered directly from Tradition or from one of its distribution partners. For more information, please visit

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