DealHub has been selected to provide the QuantumFX Instituitional Platform, powered by Alpari Companies, with a real-time and intuitive mechanism that will allow the monitoring of customer trading activity, limits and usage across QuantumFX and other integrated customer facing trading venues.
The DealHub Limit Monitoring module significantly reduces trading risk and improves the internal efficiency of monitoring customer trading activity. In addition, the reporting and monitoring service offered directly to customers offers true differentiation in the competitive world of foreign exchange (FX) trading.
The module is extensible to a wide range of trading venues and offers real-time web enabled reporting to allow customers to monitor and view trading activity, margin activity and profit and loss (P&L). The solution, which can be implemented with a fast time to market, provides detailed real-time analysis and reporting of customer dealing activity across all integrated venues via DealHub trading connectors, including real-time monitoring of customer credit utilisation and maintain, call and close-out limits for margin customers with deep data filtering and real-time alerts.
Mark Davison, global head of institutional sales for QuantumFX, said: “The DealHub Margin and Limit module will provide our customers with a market-leading service for the real time monitoring of their trading activity and help underpin the QuantumFX platform as the solution of choice for institutional investors.”
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