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LBMA CEO Ruth Crowell comments:
“Today LBMA rebrands it’s trade data reporting service to LBMA Trade Data, formerly known as LBMA-i. The decision to rebrand this product aligns with LBMA’s key objective to deliver market solutions for the greater good of the global industry. Part of that work involves making sure that we communicate clear messages that convey our core values of leadership, integrity and transparency. By adding the LBMA name to this product we are telling the world that we stand proudly behind our work on enhancing transparency in the Loco London precious metals market. With the data now available on Bloomberg terminals as well as directly from Nasdaq, it’s now even easier for investors and regulators to get a true snapshot of this market.”
Ruth also spoke to Jill Malandrino, Nasdaq's Global Markets Reporter, on Nasdaq’s Trade Talks this week to provide another snapshot on the OTC precious metals market. Listen to the interview to hear more about:
- LBMA's rebranded data reporting product #LBMATradeData (formerly LBMA-i)
- Approaches to current market challenges
- News about LBMA's work using digital solutions for the physical market.
About LBMA Trade Data
LBMA Trade Data trademark is owned by LBMA and licensed by Nasdaq. LBMA Trade Data is a transparency service for the precious metals market delivered by Nasdaq, LBMA Trade Data collates anonymous and aggregated trade reporting data from LBMA members and publishes the total volumes traded. The service was formed to meet LBMA’s demand for a trade reporting service that improves transparency and demonstrates liquidity in the Loco London precious metals market.