PJM Capital, a Potomac Falls, Virginia-based quant hedge fund, has gone live with TethysEMS, the algorithmic trading platform from Tethys Technology, and will deploy it over TethysCloud.
The Tethys platform features a development environment that allows clients like PJM Capital to develop and test their own algorithms and trade ideas.
"We have used other systems before and chose the TethysEMS for its performance, flexibility and high-quality global support," says PJM managing partner Jacqueline Matthews. "We were able to build and test our proprietary strategies rapidly and be ready for production within one week."
James Rundle attended the Futures Industry Association's annual conference in Boca Raton, Florida. These are his takeaways.Subscribe to Weekly Wrap emails