McKay Brothers International has expanded its low latency market data services to India. The company’s Quincy Extreme Data (QED) market data service now distributes select London Metals Exchange data at Mumbai’s Banda Kurla Complex (BKC) in less than 51 milliseconds one-way. In addition, McKay offers select Aurora, Illinois sourced metals, energy and FX futures data at BKC in less than 85 milliseconds one-way, which it claims is the lowest known commercial latency.
A-Team Insight Briefs
Migration of financial apps and data to the cloud is well underway as financial institutions take the opportunity to cut the cost of running systems on premise, scale as and when required, and spin up test environments quickly and inexpensively. Moving the trading technology stack to the cloud is a different and more difficult proposition....
By Neill Vanlint, Head of Global Sales & Client Operations, GoldenSource. Across global financial markets, it is hard to think of a more contentious issue right now than the prices exchanges are charging for their trading data. Some high-profile potential acquisitions, including the London Stock Exchange’s $27 billion bid to buy Refinitiv, mean there could...
Now in its 4th year, the RegTech Summit in London explores how the European financial services industry can leverage technology to drive innovation, cut costs and support regulatory change.
The potential of a reference data utility model has been discussed for many years, and while early implementations failed to gain traction, the model has now come of age as financial institutions look for new data management models that can solve the challenges of operational cost reduction, improved data quality and regulatory compliance. The multi-tenanted...