Direct market access Archive

November 03, 2010

Credit Suisse launches ultra-low-latency DMA in Australia

Credit Suisse launches ultra-low-latency DMA in Australia

The launch of Credit Suisse's ultra-low-latency direct market access service in Australia marks an extension of the bank's efforts to cater for high-frequency traders in Asia-Pacific, a region where the hurdles of providing such services are as diverse as the opportunities they seek. read more>

November 02, 2010

European traders retain doubts over value of HFT

European traders retain doubts over value of  HFT

High-frequency trading is expected to continue its rise in Europe over the next year, but buy-side traders still seem to be unsure about its effect on the quality of liquidity. read more>

October 22, 2010

SunGard to offer DMA for index futures in China

Trading technology provider SunGard is to provide direct market access for index futures trading in China. read more>

October 12, 2010

SocGen extends electronic trading offering to Indonesia

French investment bank Société Générale has added algorithms and direct market access for Indonesia to its Quantitative Electronic Services product suite. read more>

September 28, 2010

SocGen adds Chile to electronic trading destinations

Société Générale's Quantitative Electronic Services (QES) automated trading division has added Chile to its list of trading destinations. read more>

September 20, 2010

Lime squeezes more microseconds out of options trading

US-based agency broker Lime Brokerage has launched high-speed options execution capabilities, with 'through-box' latency in the low double-digit microseconds. read more>

September 09, 2010

'Mini-QFII' offers new route to China

'Mini-QFII' offers new route to China

The possible emergence of new ways to access mainland Chinese equity markets could drastically change the trading environment of Hong Kong, says Oliver Ng, head of financial institutions partnerships for broker Bank of China Securities, a wholly owned subsidiary of Bank of China International, of the People's Republic of China. read more>

September 06, 2010

Brazil beats BRIC rivals in buy-side connectivity battle – The TRADE Poll

Brazil beats BRIC rivals in buy-side connectivity battle – The TRADE Poll

Brazil has topped the August poll on theTRADEnews.com as the BRIC market for which there is most buy-side demand for better connectivity. read more>

August 26, 2010

Hong Kong gets direct access to NYSE Liffe

Derivatives trading platform NYSE Liffe, a subsidiary of global exchange group NYSE Euronext, has received permission from the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission to provide automated trading services in Hong Kong. read more>

August 25, 2010

Morgan Stanley expands Speedway to global markets

Investment bank Morgan Stanley has introduced Speedway, its high-speed direct market access solution for low latency trading, to Europe and Asia. read more>