Berkeley Futures Partners with CQG to Expand Trade Routing Service

High performance trade routing and technical analysis provider CQG Incorporated has entered into a partnership with British independent futures, options

CQGIC(1)High performance trade routing and technical analysis provider CQG Incorporated has entered into a partnership with British independent futures, options and forex broker Berkeley Futures Limited, enabling the firm to offer Direct Market Access (DMA) via all CQG platforms, including CQG Trader, QTrader, ChartTrader, CQG API, and CQG’s flagship product, CQG Integrated Client.

Andrew Woodward, Founding Director of Berkeley Futures, said, “We are delighted to add CQG to our existing suite of trading platforms. With CQG’s quality data and charting packages and Berkeley’s 26 years of experience in the derivatives markets, this partnership will ensure we can offer our clients a premium brokerage service on all major futures and options exchanges.”

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“Partnering with Berkeley Futures results in improved trading access for professional traders worldwide,” said Mike Glista, CQG’s Director of Order Routing. “Our suite of powerful execution and charting tools provide broad market coverage and greater trading capabilities to Berkeley’s extensive client base.”

Berkeley Futures’ customers trading through CQG’s hosted order routing infrastructure are able to connect to exchanges throughout Europe, North America, and Asia-Pacific without geographic latency. They also have access to a broad range of asset classes, including foreign exchange, energy, metals, and agricultural contracts. The server-side CQG Spreader and market aggregation tools allow traders to quickly deploy intricate and versatile strategies in these markets.

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