Trading technology and data platform provider Object Trading has announced the integration of its direct market access (DMA) platform with the infrastructure of liquidity, trading and investment technology provider TradingScreen.
The partnership between Object Trading and TradingScreen aims to improve efficiency and interaction between the buy side, sell side and exchanges, allowing users to deploy trading models without the cost of maintaining high-performance global trading infrastructures, as well as improving access to liquidity.
Current Object Trading direct market access participants can add the software-as-a-service (SaaS) order management system (OMS) to their desks.
"The low rate, volume, and volatility environment is challenging for both our buy-side and sell-side customers, yet every firm wants to deliver returns and trade profitably across different markets, asset classes, and geographies," said Philippe Buhannic, co-founder and CEO of TradingScreen, in a statement. "By partnering with Object Trading, we offer clients global direct market access, optimized for the demands of the highest performing front office applications, saving them the time and costs of integration."
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