Tbricks, the provider of high performance trading systems, has launched Tbricks ETF Trading to facilitate trading, pricing, market-making, basket hedging and currency hedging in exchange traded funds (ETFs).
Designed specifically to meet the needs of ETF market makers and ETF traders requiring automated hedging, Tbricks ETF Trading uses Tbricks’ fully server-based cluster architecture, which combines the lowest latency possible with unprecedented front-end and server configurability.
“Institutions are increasingly looking for new opportunities for trading gains,” said Jonas Hansbo, chief executive officer (CEO) of Tbricks. “The European ETF sector has been particularly compelling for US-based clients, who are coming to Europe to repeat their successes in a different geographical region. Many of them are already taking advantage of our technology, performance and scalability to generate more trading revenues.”
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