Financial institutions including Banco di Caribe, Amicorp, SFT Bank, BNH Financial Services and Maduro & Curiel’s Bank are now authorized by DCSX as brokers and have fully tested Trayport’s Exchange Trading System. These institutions are connected to the DCSX trading platform and are expected to start listing contracts on the exchange in the first quarter of 2011.
Luis Santine Netherlands Antilles the Netherlands
"The trading platform has already proven to be user friendly. So far the brokers that have used the system have been comfortable with it and there have been no issues where they needed extra training," he added.
George Jamaloodin Curacao Latin America Europe
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