API Tech Could Cure Systematic Internalizer Headaches

As the industry navigates new responsibilities surrounding systematic internalizer rules under Mifid II, QuantHouse argues that APIs hold the key to compliance with minimal maintenance. Jamie Hyman reports.

Stephane Leroy QuantHouse

During November and December, QuantHouse made two announcements regarding its API strategy for SI compliance under Mifid II. First, the vendor made its QuantFeed datafeed and QuantLink infrastructure available via Virtu Financial’s disclosed SI platform, allowing QuantHouse clients access to the electronic market maker’s liquidity. Virtu Financial Ireland Limited plans to register as a SI in 2018. 

Secondly, QuantHouse’s QH API Ecosystem, powered by QuantFeed and QuantLink, will provide access

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