FlexTrade is the latest application vendor to partner OpenFin. The partnership will provide buy-side traders with interoperability and improved workflows between the FlexTrader execution management system, FlexNow cloud-based trading system and other OpenFin third-party applications. The company has also joined the Financial Desktop Connectivity and Collaboration Consortium, FDC3, that was founded by OpenFin in 2017 and is now operated within the independent governance framework of FINOS, which published Version 1.0 of the FDC3 standard designed to bring universal connectivity to the financial industry’s desktop applications in March 2019.
A-Team Insight Blogs
Don’t miss this opportunity to view the recording of this recently held webinar. Cloud technology and other hosted solutions are finding increasing favour in in modern trading infrastructures, but how best can they be deployed and what can they deliver? The webinar will discuss the challenges and opportunities of cloud and hosted trading solutions, and...
By Jamie Oschefski, Head of Accounts and Strategic Partnerships, Quantica Trading It is becoming clear the latency arms race is quickly becoming a theme of the past. The fastest microwave networks between Aurora, Ill., and Carteret, NJ, is currently clocked at about 4.14ms (one-way), where the theoretical minimum is 3.95ms based on the speed of...
Our TradingTech Summit in New York City is aimed at senior-level decision makers in trading technology, electronic execution, trading architecture and offers a day packed with insight from practitioners and from innovative suppliers happy to share their experiences in dealing with the enterprise challenges facing our marketplace.
The year since we launched our first edition of the A-Team Alternative Trading Directory has passed by in a flash (no pun intended). And while the rate of expansion of the alternative trading system sector may have slowed – even consolidated somewhat – in the more established centres, their onward march continues both in terms of credibility, and of uptake...