Moscow-headquartered investment bank Renaissance Capital has rolled out GATElab's MICEX and FORTS HFTS Gateways for cross-asset margining.
GATElab, which is now part of London Stock Exchange Group, has provided Renaissance Capital with a "complete electronic trading suite, with unprecedented latency numbers", according to Stefano Falciani, managing director of GATElab.
"These products mark the completion of phase one of our strategy to be the de facto standard in sophisticated prime brokerage and ultra-high-speed access to Russia's capital markets," says Damian Bunce, CEO of the electronic trading group at Renaissance Capital. "By combining all market access and risk provision through a single solution, we reduce support complexity, cost, and time to market, and at the same time improve reliability and scalability".
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