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On 18/07/2021 at 00:01, krader said:

Is Tasyworks now owned by IG? If so, do members of IG automatically become members of tastyworks or do you have to open a separate account? I am interested in trading US stock options and so that would be useful.

Hi @krader,
There is a partnership between IG and TastyTrade, for any information on this topic please reach out to TastyTrade directly on this page https://www.tastytrade.com/contact-us.

All the best - Arvin
 

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""This deal also allows us to further sharpen our focus on integrating and expanding the U.S. options and futures business through our tastytrade and tastyworks franchises, both in the United States and internationally," said CEO June Felix."

 

https://www.reuters.com/technology/ig-group-sell-two-trading-platforms-216-million-2021-12-01/

Internationally?

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