FPL Warns of Non-Standard Code as FAST Use Grows

To address inconsistencies between implementations, the market data optimization working group of FIX Protocol Limited has created an online interoperability portal, says Richard Shriver, co-chair of the working group and managing director at consultancy Jordan & Jordan, which runs FPL.

"Firms can use the portal to verify implementations of FAST," Shriver says. Developers writing code that utilizes the FAST specification may inadvertently introduce different versions of the protocol, he says.

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