We are pleased to announce NIBC Bank as our newest client in the Netherlands. The NIBC front office team had a requirement for independent, real-time pricing via B-Pipe to support their trading and risk functions. Without a prevailing source in place, NIBC were drawn to TraditionData because of their traders’ recognition of our expertise, the depth of our liquidity pool, and our speed to market across the Alternative Reference Rates transition. After running our data through their models, the team at NIBC quickly recognised the value of our Interest Rate Derivative (IRD) and Interest Rate Options (IRO) data, equipping their team with the data and insights they need to continue to grow their business across the Netherlands.

“It is essential that risk and trading professionals have reliable access to the highest quality, real-time pricing data, driven by deep liquidity,” said James Stanhope, TraditionData Head of Sales – EMEA. “It is our pleasure to welcome NIBC Bank as the newest member of our Dutch community.”

Ron Tan, IT Vendor Management at NIBC added: “As a relatively small bank, the usual ‘one size fits all’ offerings of vendors generally affect our cost-efficiency levels. We therefore really appreciate TraditionData’s flexibility regarding their data packages, which has resulted in a bespoke solution, tailored to fit the unique needs of our business!”

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