ARQA Technologies at the 11th international TradeTech 2011 exhibition and conference

21 april 2011

ARQA Technologies took part in the 11th international TradeTech 2011 exhibition and conference, which was held in London on April 12-14, 2011.

TradeTech Europe exhibition and conference is the major international event dedicated to technologies development and improvement of global financial markets technological infrastructure.

This year the mainstream of the forum, presentations and roundtable discussions were High Frequency Trading (HFT), its application and regulation; effectiveness of using algorithms and low latency solutions as a company’s trading strategies; development of risk management technologies applied in trading at spot and derivatives markets (in pre- and post-trade modes).

Special attention was paid to constructing trading strategies for asset management companies. Discussing the restrictions and tendencies in development of the financial markets regulation became the forum tradition. The event brought together more than 2200 participants from 20 countries.

More than 100 companies took part in the exhibition. Among them big foreign and Russian banks and companies – financial markets players (BNP Paribas, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, ING, J.P.Morgan, MF Global, Nomura, Otkritie Securities Limited, Renaissance Capital, the URALSIB group); IT and informational vendors (Bloomberg, Greenline Financial Technologies, Fidessa, Infront, Pipeline Financial, Progress APAMA, REUTERS, SunGard, ULLINK), international and Russian exchanges (Bovespa, LSE, NASDAQ, NYSE, RTS, Singapore Exchange) and many others.

At the conference ARQA Technologies introduced the recently developed low latency solution on the basis of FIX-protocol – FIX2Market with pre-trade control of operations, complex solution for risk management in terms of middle office midQORT, different methods of connecting Russian and foreign companies with the Russian and international trading platforms – using QUIK, directly or via technological partners’ networks.

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