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Tradeweb Markets Inc. (NASDAQ:TW), a global operator of electronic marketplaces for rates, credit, equities and money markets, today announced it has been awarded two framework agreements to provide Electronic Trading Platforms (ETPs) to the European Central Bank (ECB) and other Eurosystem National Central Banks (NCBs), after successfully participating in the procurement procedure organized by the ECB.

Tradeweb also won the tender to supply ETPs to the ECB in 2015, when the central bank last conducted a similar bid process.

Specifically, Tradeweb has been awarded two framework agreements covering the provision of ETPs for trading: EUR-denominated bonds, including European government bonds, covered bonds, corporate bonds, repo, deposits and certificates of deposits; U.S. Treasuries; Japanese government bonds; USD- and EUR-denominated SSA (supranationals, sovereign and agency) bonds; and USD- and JPY-denominated interest rate swaps.

The term of the contracts is four years with the option to extend twice for an additional two years.

Tradeweb Markets CEO Billy Hult said:

“We are grateful for the opportunity to provide trading services and solutions to the European Central Bank for another term. We remain focused on continuing to collaborate with the ECB, while enhancing the trading experience for central bank and sovereign wealth fund clients across our platform.”

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