The firm employs between five and 10 traders and technical staff in Paris, and trades its own capital using algorithmic strategies, says Arbitragis founder Tuan Nguyen. Because of the nature of its trading operations, the firm sought out a data vendor that could provide the lowest possible latency and help to integrate the data into its proprietary algo trading engines, which are coded by a team of in-house developers.
The firm began using the data earlier this year, following initial discuss
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