Start-Up Brings Video Game Design to Repo Trading, Regulatory Reporting

Hudson Fintech is leveraging the entity component system architecture as it looks to bring in sell-side firms and raise seed funding.


London-based start-up Hudson Fintech has looked to the video game industry for a flexible architecture on which to build its repo trading platform.

Troy Peterson, Hudson’s co-founder and developer, says the platform was built using the entity component system (ECS) architecture, which is most commonly used in game development. The start-up launched the platform in October last year, and says it supports all aspects of repo trading, providing position blotters and real-time analytics, and

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