Boost ETP signs up three new authorised participants
Boost ETP, an independent provider of exchange-traded products, has signed up three new authorised participants: Flow Traders, ABN Amro and UBS.
Each of the new APs are world class ETF market makers and will add significantly to the depth of liquidity available on the Boost 3x leveraged and 3x short ETP platform.
Boost ETP currently works with more than 15 market makers. Boost operates an open and competitive market making model which promotes deeper liquidity across its range of ETPs; this is in contrast to the single AP model adopted by many of Boost’s competitors, which means investors benefit from greater liquidity and tighter pricing through an open model.
Mid-December 2012 saw Boost list Europe’s first platform of 3x long and 3x short ETPs, 10 ETPs and 10 exchange-traded commodities (ETCs) on the London Stock Exchange, the first of its kind in Europe.
Hector McNeil (pictured), co-chief executive of Boost ETP, says: “We are very happy to welcome Flow Traders, ABN AMRO and UBS to the platform. At Boost we are very committed to providing highly innovative and liquid ETPs, and each new AP will add significantly to this.”
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