• Goldman Sachs  joins the Yieldbroker Dealer & Client market
  • Yieldbroker extends trading hours for Interest Rate Derivatives to support London open
  • Yieldbroker joins ASX’s Australian Liquidity Centre
  • The Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) makes a significant investment in Yieldbroker


  • Queensland Treasury Corporation (QTC) hold first electronic auction for Queensland government securities on Yieldbroker
  • Yieldbroker is the first non-US trading platform to be granted temporary relief from Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) to register as a Swap Execution Facility (SEF)
  • Launch of our live streaming “Bond/Semi Central” screen for trading government securities


  • Yieldbroker wins mandate to manage primary issuance service for New Zealand government securities
  • Trading begins in swaps, OIS, forward rate agreements, repos, bank bills and other money market instruments
  • Turnover reaches $100bn per month


  • 17th bank joins our Dealer & Client market
  • The Yieldbroker service is used to conduct contract expiry survey for NZ futures


  • Australian Office of Financial Management (AOFM) commences using Yieldbroker DEBTS auction platform
  • Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) commences long-dated liquidity operations on Yieldbroker’s auction platform


  • Yieldbroker turnover exceeds 1/3rd of domestic dealer-to-client market activity
  • Live price functionality released allowing banks to submit live, tradable orders
  • Launch of Interdealer trading platform


  • Yieldbroker launches DEBTS trading platform
  • Trading in floating rate notes (FRNs) begin


  • Yieldbroker gains Australian Markets Licence
  • Commences major technology build to support greater flexibility in dealing workflows and allow trading in a broader range of debt securities and derivatives


  • Turnover reaches $4bn per month


  • Dealer & Client platform commences trading with initial banking participants
  • Two more banks join Dealer & Client platform within the year


  • Yieldbroker founded by leading participants in the Australian interest rate markets to establish efficient electronic markets for debt securities