Turquoise steams ahead

Bank-backed multi-lateral trading facility (MTF) Turquoise is gearing up for a September launch, having made several vendor selections and new appointments in the last month. The business has chosen BT Global Financial Services to provide secure hosting and low-latency connectivity so that clients can get fast, direct access to Turquoise or co-locate their trading engines with BT to achieve near-zero trading latency. Swedish direct market access (DMA) provider NeoNet has been chosen to

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