Aequitas CEO Jos Schmitt says the exchange will lobby regulators and market participants about practices that it says damage competition and investors' trading.
The Bureau claims Aequitas would have been unlikely to be able to create a competing product, despite TMX's restrictions.
OneMarketData says demand for the product is increasing due to increased complexities in the market.
The exchange will use the cloud-hosted version of OneMarketData's OneTick platform and tick data store to perform microstructure analysis of the Canadian exchange landscape.
Industry Reaction Mixed Following Aequitas' Call for Investigation into 'Anti-Competitive' TMX Data Practices
Aequitas alleges that TMX basically operates a monopoly and charges prohibitive fees for consolidated Canadian data.
Firms focused their attention on accuracy and interpretation—rather than speed—of data.
TSX NAVex platform to facilitate purchases and redemptions of mutual funds leveraging existing TMX equities infrastructure.
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Corvil technology will help the exchange monitor performance issues over its networks.
Officials say the vendor will support "the full range of market data features" from the new exchange.
Millennium will work with Aequitas to add listings capabilities potentially later this year.
Orc to provide order routing and market data services to Aequitas Neo.
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Startup Canadian stock market Aequitas NEO Exchange will offer its market data free of charge under a fee waiver program from when the market goes live on March 27 until it achieves a five percent market share of the Canadian market, after receiving…
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Karly Ottywill discusses integrating Solarflare technology into the new exchange.
Solarflare's monitoring tools will help Aequitas achieve its ambitions of providing a fair and transparent market.
Solarflare's time stamping software will also be used on NEO Exchange.
St Louis, Mo-based hardware ticker plant vendor Exegy has developed a new feed handler to process data from Canadian stock market Aequitas NEO Exchange, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Toronto-based startup Aequitas Innovations, in response to client demand…
Faye Kilburn looks at the impact of New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's anti-HFT campaign on market data technology
The exchange plans to launch feeds of market data from its lit, alternative and dark books.
Aequitas has received regulatory approval from the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) to launch Aequitas Neo Exchange in the first half of 2015.
Aequitas Innovations has selected Toronto-based Q9 Networks to host production, test and disaster recovery infrastructure for its Neo Exchange, which is expected to become operational in the Canadian market in early 2015.
Startup Canadian exchange Aequitas Innovations has named the London Stock Exchange's MillenniumIT technology subsidiary to provide its exchange platforms, following a request-for-proposal process involving MillenniumIT and other vendors.