The London Metal Exchange has partnered Trading Technologies (TT) to supply the exchange’s trading participants with direct access to the exchange via the TT front-end interface. TT will replace the LME’s current GUI when its new trading platform launches in 2021. Delivered via software-as-a-service, the TT platform will provide LME members and members’ clients around the world with connectivity to the exchange from virtually any location and device. Members and clients will have access to TT’s trading tools, including the MD Trader ladder, options trading functionality, and TT mobile apps for Android and iOS.
A-Team Insight Briefs
In fast markets, you must move quickly to identify and fix any problems with latency, systems and algo performance, but what you cannot see you cannot fix. This begs the question of how trading organisations can see, understand and optimise their infrastructure as it interacts with fast markets to ensure optimal trading connectivity. The answer...
Options Technology, a provider of cloud-enabled managed services, plans to accelerate growth strategy, pursue strategic M&A targets, invest in its technology platform and expand its reach to key global financial centres following ‘significant growth investment’ from Boston-based private equity firm Abry Partners. Details of the investment were not disclosed. Founded in 1989, Abry is a...
The TradingTech Summit in London brings together European senior-level decision makers in trading technology, electronic execution and trading architecture to discuss how firms can use high performance technologies to optimise trading in the new regulatory environment.
Corporate actions has been a popular topic of discussion over the last few months, with the DTCC’s plans for XBRL and ISO interoperability, as well as the launch of Swift’s new self-testing service for corporate actions messaging, STaQS, among others. However, it has not been a good start to the year for many of the...