Global network provider BSO is providing international investors with access to the Indian market through direct connectivity to the International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) in which the India International Exchange (INX) is located.
The IFSC is aiming to attract the international financial community by providing domestic and offshore traders equal access to wider global markets for trading in equity, currency and commodity derivatives.
As well as enabling international investors to trade India INX, BSO will offer members of the exchange colocation and connectivity services. These include a range of ultra-low latency Layer 2 and Layer 3 solutions in and out of India INX and include collocated market data, order entry and order execution for India INX members hosted at IFSC, access to international markets across the globe, and point to point circuits for clients to connect to all major exchange locations inside and outside India.
Michael Ourabah, CEO at BSO, says: “BSO has a well-established footprint and business in India and has been working to support India INX’s development since its inception in January 2017. Being at the heart of connecting the global trading community to emerging and high-growth regions such as India is core to BSO’s service-led approach.”