McKay Brothers has added connectivity at what it claims is the lowest known commercial latency between the @Tokyo-CC2 data centre and trading centres in Shanghai and Hong Kong. The procured hybrid microwave/fibre service between the Shanghai Futures Exchange data centre and @Tokyo-CC2 data centre takes less than 22.86 milliseconds round trip. Service between the HKEx data centre and @Tokyo-CC2 delivers data in less than 39.83 milliseconds round trip. Additionally, McKay recently improved the latency of its hybrid microwave/fibre service between the Singapore Exchange and @Tokyo-CC2
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Markets technology and infrastructure specialist Pico has named electronic trading veteran Frank Troise as co-CEO in what current chairman, CEO and founder Jarrod Yuster terms the latest step toward taking the company to the next level of growth. The move – which will tap Troise’s operational expertise to support Pico’s expansion across its target market...
We’re thrilled to introduce you to our new Data Management Summit Europe Virtual event. Yes that’s right, all the fantastic content shared by A-Team’s unique community of practitioner experts that you’ve come to know and love from our Data Management Summit live events in London is now going to be made available to you online, so you can watch or listen at your leisure – whether that’s in your office, on your commute, or from the comfort of your own home.
FRTB is one of the most sweeping and transformative pieces of regulation to hit the financial markets in the last two decades. With the deadline confirmed as January 2022, this Special Report provides a detailed insight into exactly what the data requirements are for FRTB in its latest (and final) incarnation, and explores what needs to be done in order to meet these needs on a cost-effective and company-wide basis.