Service modules

QUIK server modules that provide additional services to users.

Archive module

The module is for use in charts based on data from the previous trading days.

Unified cash position module for spot and derivatives markets

The module enables control over a client’s unified cash position on securities and derivatives markets and obviates a broker’s need for funds redistribution between the markets.

Non-Trade Instructions Module

The Module enables reception and processing of instructions to enter/withdraw a client’s cash or securities to/from the exchange trading system, and transfer cash or securities from one sub-account to another in the broker’s accounting system.

Alert dispatch module

The module serves for sending alerts to brokers’ clients about particular events.

Report generation module

This module allows QUIK Workstation users to request broker reports, and generating reports on the server with their display on the user’s screen.

Client questionnaire forming module

The module allows clients to fill in questionnaires of a set form, generating keys and sending requests for the ‘Message/PRO’ electronic signature certificate (by ‘Signal-KOM’ company), with their registration on a broker’s web-site.

Autofollow module

The system of automatic following an asset manager’s trading signals (including those using trading robots) serves for automatic execution of an asset manager’s trading signals when a client is subscribed to a chosen strategy (financial instruments portfolio).

Message import module

The Message import module serves for sending to QUIK user terminals notifications collected from other QUIK applications or third party systems.

QUIK English localization

It is a special QUIK Workstation version with the interface in English.

KYC Module

The KYC Module allows storing and transmitting clients’ information and their trading codes previously exported from the broker’s accounting system into the QUIK Workstation.

Messaging Module

The Module serves as an online chat to exchange messages between clients and the broker’s support service.

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