Lime, CQG Partner on Algos
Lime Brokerage Partners with CQG to Offer Algorithms to CQG’s Integrated Client Customers
Lime Brokerage futures algorithms now available on CQG’s leading platform
CHICAGO, November 28, 2017 —Lime Brokerage, a Wedbush Company and a leading provider of technology and market access, today announced a partnership with CQG, a platform for integrated trade routing, global market data, and advanced technical analysis tools, to offer Lime’s suite of premium futures algorithms on CQG’s platform.
Lime’s algorithmic execution and technology residing on the CQG platform places a suite of tools at the hands of futures traders to facilitate large orders at Lime speed and quality. In addition to the highest quality algorithms, customers will get superior servicing by a team of experienced algorithmic trading specialists who will engage in building fully bespoke algorithms.
“CQG is excited to offer Lime’s suite of algorithmic strategies on our Integrated Client platform,” said Mike Glista, Senior Vice President at CQG. “This integration gives CQG customers access to flexible and proven futures trading strategies without the need for custom development.”
“This is a fantastic opportunity to provide quantitative strategies for the masses,” said Rich Jablonski, CEO of Lime Brokerage and Executive Vice President of Wedbush Securities. “The ability for CQG’s individual high volume traders to have access to Lime’s proprietary algorithms is an amazing value-add offering for our clients as well as a unique bonus for both firms.”
About Wedbush Securities
Since our founding in 1955, Wedbush has been a leader in the financial industry providing our clients with a wide range of services; including institutional sales, correspondent clearing services, equity research, corporate and municipal finance, equity market making, fixed income trading, prime brokerage, and wealth management. Headquartered in Los Angeles, with 100 registered offices, the firm focuses on dedicated service, client financial safety, continuity, and advanced technology.
About Lime Brokerage
Lime Brokerage offers the industry’s most advanced trading technologies and execution services, providing traders superior access to the most automated, high-volume electronic trading markets. Lime’s systems provide unsurpassed reliability and scale with exceptionally low latency. Developed to handle the demands of the automated and electronic trading community, Lime’s technology caters to a diverse and sophisticated client base. The result is a robust, highly reliable, agency-only system that includes market data and trading platforms. It allows clients to trade efficiently and anonymously across all major lit and dark market venues.
CQG provides the industry’s highest performing solutions for integrated trade routing, global market data, and advanced technical analysis. The firm partners with the vast majority of futures brokerage and clearing firms and provides Direct Market Access (DMA) to more than 45 exchanges through its global network of co-located Hosted Exchange Gateways. CQG’s server-side order management tools for spreading, market aggregation, and smart orders are unsurpassed for speed and ease of use. Its market data feed consolidates more than 75 sources, including exchanges worldwide for futures, options, fixed income, foreign exchange, and equities, as well as data on debt securities, industry reports, and financial indices. CQG has received the Prop Traders’ ISV of the Year award from FOW (now Global Investor Group), the Best Technical Analysis Platform award from The Technical Analyst, and the Best Product for Traders award from Finance Magnates for its multi-asset trading platform, CQG Desktop. CQG is headquartered in Denver, Colo., with sales and support offices worldwide.
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