We combine technology, intuitive design, and market expertise to deliver a differentiated trading solution to our community of users.
Trumid is a financial technology company building tomorrow’s credit trading network. We combine agile technology, intuitive design, and deep market expertise to deliver differentiated trading solutions. With an expanding network of more than 600 leading buy side and sell side institutions, Trumid is optimizing the fixed income trading experience.
Our business model thrives on participation and connection, and so does our company culture. We believe in collaborative innovation and solving for fun. Working together to achieve common goals and finding joy in pushing into unexplored areas and new ways of thinking.
We knew 2022 was going to be an exciting growth year for Trumid, centered firmly around the scaling of our technology division, accounting for over 50% of our planned headcount for the year. We work hard to ensure an agile and flexible technology stack to enable us to react quickly to market opportunities and client needs. Adding key personnel across technology is key to driving this focus and further advancing our tech-enabled trading solutions, combining technology, intuitive product design, and market expertise. As we head into the second half of the year, maximizing the momentum of our existing business, expanding our footprint to include new trading protocols, and ensuring that there is capacity to continue to innovate and enhance our processes is driving our headcount growth. Our business performance remains strong with YoY growth trends reflecting an increase in the number of active traders on our platform as well as growth in both volume and market share. With the continued electronification of the fixed income market, our technology, engineering, data and intelligence, and infrastructure teams are at the core of Trumid, working closely with the business to create, iterate, and bring ideas to life.
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