Co-location Strategies Must Meet Asia-Pac Realities


When developing a co-location plan to connect to the growing trading landscape in Asia, firms need to consider the regional geography and local market structure, according to panelists at the Tokyo Financial Information Summit last week, hosted by sibling publications Inside Market Data and Inside Reference Data.

Making low-latency connections to pan-Asian trading venues requires significant investment in infrastructure, according to Miguel Ortega, market data manager at Deutsche Bank Securities

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