FIS Global Network program interface
This QUIK module* enables access to international financial markets via FIS Global Network. More than 130 exchanges are accessible via the unified trading QUIK terminal.
The use of QUIK for simultaneous trading on Russian and several international exchanges provides global opportunities for Russian investors. The integration between QUIK and Valdi Global Markets enables simple, convenient, and technological access to the most interesting markets including trading Russian ADRs on LSE and trading on the biggest markets of stocks, futures, and options in the USA — NYSE, NASDAQ, CME.
- Access to data on the current trading session, forwarded orders and transactions.
- Support of trading on the following exchanges:
BOVESPA (São Paulo Stock Exchange),
CME Group (CBOT, CME, COMEX, NYMEX),
Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEX),
Inter Continental Exchange (ICE),
ICE Futures Europe (ex-LIFFE),
Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE),
London Stock Exchange (LSE),
LSE Derivatives Market (ex-EDX),
National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotation (NASDAQ),
NASDAQ OMX (Helsinki, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Reykjavik, Tallinn, Riga, Vilnius),
New York Stock Exchange (NYSE),
Singapore Exchange (SGX),
TMX Group (Toronto Stock Exchange, TSX Venture Exchange),
Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE),
Exchange Electronic Trading (XETRA).
- The cost of the module and technical support depends on the number of accessible exchanges.
- The cost of the module and technical support does not depend on the number of serviced clients.
- Access to other exchanges via the FIS Global Network program interface can be provided upon broker’s request.
For now, enterprise and hosted ways are available for connection to FIS Global Network.
The first way requires installation of FIS software at the broker’s office.
The second way does not require such installation of FIS software.
The appropriate option is defined during architectural solution development.
The FIS Global Network program interface can be installed on the same computer with the QUIK server. The data are transmitted via the TCP/IP protocol.
Michail Sherbel — phone: +7 (495) 721–1960 (ext. 72173), mobile: +7 (926) 747–5167, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hardware and Software Requirements
Processor Intel Xeon Gold 5118 or better,
2 GB RAM,
10 GB available hard disk space.
OS Windows Server 2008/2012/2016 (x64).
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