1993 Edmund Hor founds Trayport, originally focusing on price dissemination platforms.
1994 Version 1 of the Price Distribution System is released, providing a consolidated view of the market.
Version 2 caters for multiple users with enhanced technical capabilities and distribution providing significant speed to market for users.
1995 Trayport provides Version 3 and 4, with enhanced price delay capabilities and multiple server solutions for multiple locations.
1996 Trayport delivers a new calculation engine addressing market product innovation, and enabling the platform to trade a broader range of standard and non-standard instruments.
1997 Trayport launches GlobalVision (the first version has many of the same modules as the Price Distribution System, and is therefore Version 5). This complete redevelopment provides a new GUI front-end, user-definable instruments for rapid time to market, external interfaces, and OLE and DDE linking to Excel. In addition, it addresses multi-server synchronization along with new modules for importing prices.
1999 Trayport delivers GlobalVision 6, which includes a robust new communications layer, and is entirely TCP/IP based to facilitate Internet based trading.
2000 Trayport GlobalVision is recognised as the most popular energy trading platform in Europe.
Multiple European Electricity Implementations, Nordic, US, European and UK Electricity, UK, European and US Natural Gas, US Coal, US Emission, European Green House Gas, International Physical Coal, and UK Metals traded live.
Trayport GlobalVision API 1.0 released, enabling prices to be integrated into third-party systems.
Trayport GlobalVision 7.4, 7.5 and 7.6 released.
2001 Live trading of Cleared and Bilateral European Electricity.
Trayport GlobalVision 7.7 released with the capability to trade complex option strategies, improved front-end and admin functionalities.
2003 Trayport GlobalVision 8 displayed at Finexpo 2003, configured to trade FX Forwards, Interest Rate Swaps and other financial instruments.
Trayport tops the Deloitte and Touche Fast 50 league table for the fastest growth over three years in London and the South East.
Trayport named Britain's second fastest growing technology company by the Sunday Times 2003 Tech Track.
2004 Trayport moves into new financial markets with credit default swaps.
Trayport's first Exchange clients launch with Trayport GlobalVision 8.
Trayport GlobalVision 8 is used in the freight derivatives market.
Trayport is voted the top trading platform by its users in the Energy Risk Magazine User Choice Awards.
Trayport tops the Sunday Times 2004 Tech Track league of companies listed for a third consecutive year.
2005 Number of Trayport users tops 7,000.
Trayport moves into Fixed Income market with Canadian Government Bonds.
Trayport opens Singapore office.
Trayport is awarded runner up position in the Deloitte and Touche Fast 50 league table for London and the South East.
Trayport continues to expand into European energy markets, including emissions and spanish power.
Majority of Trayport clients upgrade to Trayport GlobalVision™ 8.
2006 Trayport moves into new London headquarters.
New York office established.
Trayport further expands into new asset classes including soft commodities, currencies, and fixed income.
First multi-broker platform launches in freight derivatives market.
European energy markets continue to adopt Trayport’s Trading Gateway.
2007 User count reaches 10,000.
New Zealand Stock Exchange goes live with Trayport’s Exchange Trading System.
Hong Kong office established for Asia Pacific region.
Wider access to European Energy Exchanges established for Trading Gateway users.
Trayport re-aligns its structure and offerings for key user groups of Brokers, Traders and Exchanges.
2008 Celebrates 15 years in business.
Acquired by GFI Group Inc.
Exchange Client wins in Japan, France, Romania, Norway and Denmark.
Further take up of Trading Gateway product by Hedge Funds trading commodity markets.
Ranks 68 in the Sunday Times Best Small Companies to work for.
2009 ??Trayport signs up 100th Trading Gateway client—the TGW offers traders seamless, aggregated access to 18 brokers and 7 exchanges active in European gas, power, emissions, coal and freight markets
Trayport’s client number increases to 120 and User count exceeds 13,000.
GreenMarket (Bayersiche Börse’s Carbon Exchange) and Sibiu Monetary Financial and Commodities Exchange (SIBEX) go live with Trayport’s Exchange Trading System
2010 Trayport launches Automated Trading Engine to help traders manage orders and strategies.
Barbados Stock Exchange and Jakarta Futures Exchange go live with Trayport’s Exchange Trading System, and Green Exchange is available through Trading Gateway.
STP clearing links established with LCH and Clearport.
GFI launches ‘Join the Trade’ (JTT), trading windows in gas and freight markets
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