More NewsCIMB-GK Securities Selects Fidessa’s Asian Trading Platform

CIMB-GK Securities Selects Fidessa's Asian Trading Platform

CIMB-GK Securities is to use Fidessa’s fully hosted Asian Trading Platform. Fidessa will link CIMB Group’s offices in Singapore, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Jakarta, and remote sales offices in London and New York to provide a global trading capability. The Asia Trading Platform provides CIMB-GK with regional order management and direct exchange connectivity, as well as automated confirmations. It is also designed to enable inbound and outbound FIX connectivity and regional risk management within one service. CIMB-GK’s hopes that its trading platform will improve in terms of efficiency, performance and reduced latency. CIMB-GK also intends to use Fidessa’s member trading services to connect directly to the Singapore, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta and Bangkok exchanges.

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