Making sense of Rates & Fixed Income e-Trading
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ETLogic Ltd

Providing expertise in e-trading systems for Fixed Income and Rates since 2011


e-Trading Software and Consultancy…

TO Sell-Side banks and Price Makers…


on D2C and D2D Electronic Markets

Based in the City of London UK, ETLogic Ltd provides expertise in electronic trading systems used by investment banks and price makers in government bonds, credit bonds, swaps and other derivatives. These systems connect to electronic RFQ negotiation venues such as Bloomberg, Tradeweb, MarketAxess and Bondvision, and to the order matching venues such as MTS, and apply rules such as client tiering, price contributions logic, and auto-negotiation logic.

Our people have extensive experience in these areas, with detailed knowledge of trader and sales desks requirements, having worked directly with them on the dealing floors of many banks for over two decades.

We offer software, consultancy and other services as described below. Please contact us to discuss how our services can meet your requirements.



We have built cloud-based, microservices-oriented electronic trading products meeting the latest requirements for systems as described above, to equip banks for the new world of enhancements, innovations and transformation, and for allowing them to move away from expensive legacy incumbent platforms.


We provide on-site expertise and requirements / analysis skills across a vast range of issues related to e-trading, and the particular problems experienced by banks around data, systems migration, performance and regulatory impacts. We are not ‘generalists’; we have a lot of detailed (and sometimes arcane) knowledge.


lei-lookup, an easy-to-search one-stop-shop for Global Legal Entity Identifiers (LEI), which is updated on a daily basis with the latest set of LEIs from GLEIF.

fix-decoder, a FIX message testing and decoding tool.

fix-simulator, a simulator exploring the typical flow of FIX messages which you can integrate to assist testing.


You must welcome change as the rule but not as your ruler.
— Denis Waitley