We are pleased to announce a significant partnership with General Index (GX), the world’s first technology-led benchmark provider.

This collaboration will see General Index integrating our Light-ends data – initially MTBE and Natural Gas Liquid (NGL) – into their daily price assessments, highlighting the reliability of our Energy & Commodity data products.

This announcement comes on the heels of Tradition’s performance in the 2024 Risk.net Annual Energy Commodity Rankings. Tradition, a premier interdealer broker and data provider, secured top positions across multiple categories, including Best Overall Commodities Broker. This recognition underscores TraditionData’s commitment to delivering market-leading and best-in-class data for various business functions.

“The collaboration with General Index underscores the quality of our data. By integrating TraditionData Light-ends data, General Index clients will gain valuable insights, across an extensive set of products in this asset class.”
Francesca Marrone, E&C Product Manager, TraditionData

“We’re very excited to be partnering with TraditionData! Integrating their OTC market data into our price assessment processes represents a significant advancement for global commodity markets, enhancing transparency and accuracy in pricing. This collaboration bridges the gap between traditional data sources and modern analytics, fostering a more informed and efficient trading environment.”
Philip Shaw, COO, General Index

About TraditionData

TraditionData is a division of Tradition that provides consistent, high-quality financial market data that reflects real price interest in global Listed and OTC derivatives markets, covering Interest Rate Derivatives, Energy & Commodities, Credit & Fixed Income and FX, FX Options & Money Markets.


About General Index

General Index is the world’s first technology-led benchmark provider, aggregating trade data to build a full view of market activity, and then applying algorithmic index methodologies consistently, accurately and without subjective judgement. General Index is authorised by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) as a benchmark administrator and complies with EU and UK Benchmark Regulation.