A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
Sseoms competitors are stepping into the breach left by Bloomberg’s move to sunset the sell-side focused suite of services. This could be a chance for a new premier provider to snap up some business, while leaving others to reevaluate their standing in…
Aggregators are facing resistance from venues and attracting the attention of regulators.
Clients can use the algos from the libraries to connect to their existing algos and strategies.
The threat of high-frequency traders have forced banks to spend big on tech.
New modules will allow users to modify certain aspects of algorithmic code.
Caitong Securities opts for Horizon’s platform to trade ETF options on the Shanghai Stock Exchange.
Vendor aims to expand into Indonesia’s growing market in 2018 and is currently working with a number of institutions in the country’s capital markets and ETFs.
Ho Chi Minh City Securities Corporation has chosen Horizon’s platform for a range of listed products.
The firm is looking to add itBit and Coinygi to the list of exchanges it is connected with.
The solution will help Saigon Securities build liquidity of its covered warrant products, and allow it to deal with the complexities around T+2 settlement.
In the newly created role, Ip will be responsible for leading internal development and delivery projects at Aquis.
Paris-based algorithmic trading platform provider Horizon Software has incorporated data on global exchange-traded funds from specialist data vendor Ultumus into its platform.
Wood has more than 25 years of experience in banking and data and technology sales.
The new strategy templates are fully customizable, giving in-house capabilities to an outsourced solution.
Edelweiss Singapore will be using the latest version of Horizon’s high-frequency trading solution.
The Thai securities firm will use the platform for advanced warrant market making as well as Delta One trading activities.
Eurobank Equities, the brokerage division of the bank, announced it integrated Horizon’s platform for automated trading.
The Trading-Atrium, a multi-asset, ultra-low latency trading platform open to all exchanges will leverage Horizon’s high-frequency trading solution.
High-frequency trading can be a tough topic to tackle. Regulators around the globe are scrambling to ensure their markets are fair and orderly while drawing in liquidity and lessening spreads. Wei-Shen Wong discusses Indian regulator Sebi’s new proposals…
Taiwanese securities firm implements Automated Trading platform, alongside existing Horizon Delta One solution.
Vendors discuss how they're adjusting to new regulatory requirements.
Collaboration to provide ‘one-stop-shop’ for Chinese quantitative derivatives trading, including market data.
Integration, scalability and hedging customization are key features of the new version.