Fixed Income
International Broker-Dealer

STX Fixed Income is an international broker-dealer founded in 2013. Working out of our Amsterdam headquarters, all Fixed Income country teams are active in primary, secondary and money markets in their respective countries. The wide variety of products we offer allows us access to every aspect of the market. By working closely with top European institutional investors, we can provide clients with competitive prices, using standardized loans or bonds, and cash deposits.

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Primary Market

STX Fixed Income connects borrowers and lenders worldwide, including banks, institutional investors and asset managers, to provide our clients with access to the very best liquidity and financing solutions.

On the capital market, STX assists clients such as sovereigns, supranational and agencies (SSA) with their funding needs. We service a variety of sectors, including the public sector, health care and housing corporations. Our finance options include private placements, bonds (Stand-Alone, Green, MTN) and bilateral loans. All of these services include a strong focus on sustainable financing.


Money Market

STX Fixed Income is globally active on the Money Market in all main currencies for lending and borrowing activities. We trade products such as; Cash deposits, Interbank,  Short term paper CD/CP issuance, and trading outstanding bonds with maturities < 12 months with higher volumes. We focus our selves on Corporate clients, Financials, Supranationals,(Local) Governments, State treasuries, Pension funds etc. With our international team and operations we facilitate transaction over different continents to offer our clients the best solutions for their liquidity needs.


Secondary Market

STX Fixed Income operates as a full-service counterparty for financial institutions such as pension funds, asset managers, treasuries and insurance companies. Providing access to illiquid markets is our core business. We specialize in illiquid debt instruments, such as bonds and loans, and always ensure the best possible conditions for our clients. Furthermore, regardless of the product, you’re interested in trading, we will always provide the price. We are also able to assist companies that are active on the primary market to move bonds to the secondary market too.

Our counterparties include international financial institutions such as life & pension funds, sovereigns, supranational and agencies (SSAs), wealth funds, central banks and asset managers.

Liquidity is provided through over-the-counter (OTC) trading by an international team that has been building a strong network and relationship with our partners.


We are an international Broker-Dealer with a team of over 25 highly driven individuals in Amsterdam. As a rapidly growing firm, the team is continuously meeting with new candidates. Would you like to know more about what defines our Culture, our People and why we thrive at what we do? Find out more and browse our vacancies on this Careers Page.

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STX Fixed Income trades both regulated and unregulated products. Find out more about our regulation and settlement by clicking the buttons below.


Cost Disclosure

In accordance with the regulatory requirements under Article 24(4) of MiFiD II and Article 50 of MiFID II Delegated Regulation, STX Fixed Income B.V. discloses the costs and charges related to the financial products traded by it on ex ante basis. For the full statement of cost and charges disclosure, please reach out to This statement is for information purposes only and does not constitute legal or any other form of advice and must not be relied upon as such.



It is the objective of STX Fixed Income B.V. to deal with any client complaints fairly, efficiently and transparently and in line with the regulatory requirements of Article 16(2) of MiFID II and Article 26 of MiFID II Delegated Regulation. Please refer to our Complaints-handling Policy for more information and the process of complaints submission.


IFR disclosures

In accordance with the regulatory requirements under Part Six of IFR, STX Fixed Income B.V. discloses the required information in relation to risk management, governance, own funds, own funds requirements, and the remuneration policy and practices. For the full disclosure, please reach out to

About STX Group

The Kyoto Protocol is an international agreement among industrialized nations that aims to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emission and the presence of greenhouse gases (GHG). It acknowledges that developed countries are principally responsible for the high levels of GHG emissions in the atmosphere. The treaty is linked to the United Nations Framework on Climate Change and sets mandatory limits on GHG emissions. This is achieved by issuing internationally binding emission-reduction targets.

The Kyoto Protocol, enacted in February 2005, also marked the lift-off for STX Group (hereafter ‘STX’) as one of the first trading houses in the European Union Emission Trading System (EU ETS). Today, STX has been expanding its portfolio of products into general environmental commodities, and more specifically into renewable energy certificates. These include biofuels, biogas and energy efficiency certificates.

In 2013, STX added Fixed Income products to expand its business, including bonds, loans and deposits, as well as corporate finance. The rationale for this expansion was two-fold. First of all, we have specialized in – and are very knowledgeable about – niche illiquid markets, in terms of both environmental commodities and fixed income.

Secondly, we believe our Fixed Income business is instrumental in establishing environmental projects, as well as essential for trading and broking green bonds.

Since 2016, STX has been rapidly growing from a small team to over 100 people from over 25+ nationalities. These teams are based at its headquarters in Amsterdam and more recently at offices in Gothenburg and New York.