Horizon and Neo & Partners Global Collaborate in Asia to Create Innovative Trading Environment
Horizon Software – Singapore: Horizon Software (Horizon), the leading global technology provider for electronic trading and investment management, today announced its collaboration with Neo & Partners Global (NPG), Asia’s and Singapore’s first provider of smart electronic trading ecosystems coined as The Trading-Atrium. The partnership, which will be officially announced during an event held on the 6th of December at NPG’s Trading-Atrium facility in Singapore, reinforces the island’s position as a leading international financial trading hub.
Eric Neo Say Wei, Chief Executive Officer at Neo & Partners Global, commented: “We are delighted to be able to offer Horizon’s state-of-the-art technology and we expect quick results for our clients. Part of our company’s core values is to be at the forefront of innovation and this is the reason why Horizon’s leading platform was a natural choice for us.”
Clement Pelletier, APAC Sales Director at Horizon Software, commented: “Our work with NPG is a key part of Horizon’s focus on Asia. Automated trading has developed very quickly in the region and we are very excited to be able to provide our clients with the best trading environment and capabilities possible. We make R&D and innovation our priority and NPG’s offering really embraces our philosophy of ‘Trade Your Way’. We are very much looking forward to the opportunities which will arise from this new strategic alliance in Asia.”
Horizon’s Platform for Automated Trading (HPAT), a flexible and robust High-Frequency Trading (HFT) solution will now be available through NPG’s ‘Trading-Atrium’, a multi-asset, ultra-low latency trading ecosystem. The joint Horizon/NPG clients will immediately benefit from reduced costs, access to advanced hardware and ultra-low latency trading networks, exchanges and liquidity pools, multi-asset clearing broker panel and professional services.
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