More NewsCCB International Securities Using Fidessa’s Institutional Trading Platform

CCB International Securities Using Fidessa's Institutional Trading Platform

Fidessa has announced that its Asian trading platform is being used by CCB International Securities (CCBIS), the Hong Kong-based securities trading subsidiary of China Construction Bank.

As part of its new solution, CCBIS also joined Fidessa’s global connectivity network, which provides trading links between more than 310 brokers and 1,800 buy-sides around the world.

CCBIS has started using Fidessa’s order execution (trading direct as a member on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange), order and confirmation management and back office support, all of which was delivered along with full user training within 12 weeks from contract signature as part of the hosted trading platform package.

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