Object Trading Conforms to BM&FBOVESPA for Direct Connection to Deep Liquidity11.01.2016 By John D'Antona Editor, Traders Magazine
Object Trading – New York, London – Object Trading, a provider of multi-asset trading infrastructure, announced today that it has been fully approved by BM&FBOVESPA in Sao Paulo, as a conformed ISV to handle market data, order entry and pre-trade risk constraints via its Direct Market Access (DMA) Platform for its clients and partners. BM&FBOVESPA’s recent requirements for direct connections, in lieu of order routing partnerships, takes effect today. Buy-side firms in Brazil and internationally will continue to seek and find deep liquidity in BM&FBOVESPA’s futures and options contracts in Interest Rates, FX and Equity Index products. Further, these firms will need to keep pace with ongoing growth and innovation at the exchange. Object Trading enables international buy-sides outside of Brazil – as well as domestic – to maintain existing, or facilitate new direct market access to the BM&FBOVESPA without technology disruption.
The exchange landscape is constantly shifting due to innovation and change. In addition to direct connectivity conformance to BM&FBOVESPA, Object Trading recently announced direct market access to CurveGlobal from the beginning of live trading, became the first ASX 24 vendor to conform to the New Trading Platform (NTP), supported clients through the LME’s primary live production system move to the Interxion London Campus Data Centre, and rolled out lower latency direct connectivity to the CME’s Market Segment Gateways (MSGW).
Object Trading’s award-winning Direct Market Access (DMA) Platform is an independent, trusted infrastructure that features a single gateway for normalised market data and order execution, and carries over $150 billion in notional value traded daily. With pre-trade risk constraints and real-time middle office integration, the platform is scalable for all types of electronic trading to over 60 markets worldwide, with minimal onboarding and maintenance investments. Object Trading’s clients save considerable resources in maintaining up-to-date exchange connectivity and dependent upstream front-end trading systems. Object Trading’s DMA Platform provides clients with the flexibility and adaptable infrastructure they need to continue trading in an ever-changing, global market.
Dan Hubscher, Object Trading’s Director of Strategy, said: “We are delighted to be approved to offer direct connectivity to BM&FBOVESPA. Innovation and change are central to today’s global financial markets and it is vital for our clients to maintain connectivity throughout exchange upgrades, migrations and product launches. By using our platform, clients can reduce their investments in connectivity development, testing and quality assurance for every exchange technology change. We take care of all of that for them, so that they can stay focussed on trading. From our DMA Platform firms can access 60+ exchanges, including BM&FBOVESPA, seamlessly from the same normalised interface.”
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