New York, February 03, 2016 – Electronifie, operator of an all-to-all corporate bond trading marketplace, hosted a charity trading initiative to benefit Young Survival Coalition, a nonprofit organization that supports young women facing breast cancer.

During a two-week period, certain Electronifie Subscriber activities in the marketplace generated donations to Young Survival Coalition. More than 100 Electronifie traders participated, and Electronifie donated funds from this initiative to Young Survival Coalition in honor of the Electronifie Trader community.

“We were pleased to partner with Electronifie Subscribers to make a difference for Young Survival Coalition and the women the organization supports,"" said Amar Kuchinad, Electronifie CEO. “As a company, it’s important to us to contribute to the broader community, and we look forward to future opportunities to do so.”

About Electronifie

Electronifie operates an all-to-all non-attributed corporate bond trading platform with a focus on deep liquidity and block-sized order execution. Electronifie is dedicated to providing a fair and open marketplace for institutional investors to trade safely and in large size while limiting information leakage. Electronifie received FINRA’s approval to operate as a registered broker-dealer and is registered with the SEC to operate an Alternative Trading System for corporate bonds. For more information, visit www.electronifie.com.

About Young Survival Coalition

Established in 1998, Young Survival Coalition (YSC) is the premier organization dedicated to young women with breast cancer. Founded by three young survivors, YSC began as a grassroots organization to advocate on behalf of all young women diagnosed with breast cancer to increase their length and quality of life. Based in New York City, with networks nationwide, YSC provides free resources, connections and educational materials so young women with breast cancer feel supported, empowered and hopeful. YSC seeks to educate and influence the medical, research and legislative communities to address breast cancer in young women, and to ensure that no young woman faces breast cancer alone. For more information, visit www.youngsurvival.org.

Contact:

Molly Himmelstein
Manager of Marketing and Communications, Electronifie
Molly.Himmelstein@electronifie.com
(646) 517-6539

Grace Keith
Director of Public Relations, Caliber Corporate Advisers
grace@calibercorporateadvisers.com
(888) 550-6385 ext. 3