Horizon Software, the algorithmic trading technology provider, has launched a new version of its electronic trading platform, Horizon v2.1, which includes a set of compliance tools to help users with market-making obligations globally.
The new version of the Horizon platform is designed to reduce latency and increase throughput, while providing market-makers with a host of regulatory tools to comply with global requirements, such as anti-self-matching, short-sell tagging and throttling limitations.
“Horizon v2.1 is our most sophisticated and complete trading platform to date,” says Sylvain Thieullent, head of electronic trading at Horizon. “Not only does it deliver a range of new functionality which improves the overall performance of the platform, but it is also now much simpler to deploy and support, ensuring that our users can be up-and-running very quickly, so they will not need to spend time and resources on the implementation.”
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