TT Lands Brazil's Link, Plans for Third Quarter Release

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São Paulo-based Link Investimentos set to implement Trading Technologies' TTNET platform.

São Paulo-based Link Investimentos will employ Trading Technologies' (TT) hosting solution, TTNET, which allow institutional clients and internal execution desks to gain access to BM&FBovespa. Link customers will also have access to TT's order-entry software (X_TRADER) and server-based algorithmic execution tools, according to the firm. Link is Brazil's largest derivatives trading firm by volume.

TT also announced today that it plans to launch Algo Design Lab (ADL) in the third quarter of this year. ADL will be available as part of TT's Stategy Engine family of server-based execution products. ADL will be the third product offered through Strategy Engine, alongside already-launched Autospreader Strategy Engine and the Synthetic Strategy Engine.

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