Trading Technologies International, Inc. (TT), a provider of professional trading software, announced on Tuesday that it has partnered with KGI Securities Pte Ltd, a Singapore-based brokerage. Through the agreement, KGI Securities will distribute the TT trading futures platform.
As a result of the partnership, clients of the broker will now have access to the platform which offers professional traders a suite of features for trading futures. Specifically, clients of KGI Securities will be able to utilize TT’s trading tools, such as MD Trader, Autospreader, ADL, Spread Matrix, and charting and analytics functionality.
Commenting on the agreement, Ken Ong, the Head of Global Futures and FX at KGI Securities said: “KGI Securities leverages the latest cutting-edge technology to provide clients with unmatched solutions for futures trading. Trading Technologies’ best of breed trading software takes our offering to the next level and brings tremendous value to our clients.”
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KGI Securities (Singapore) is a wholly owned subsidiary of KGI Securities Co. Ltd. In terms of market share of the brokerage business, KGI Securities Co. Ltd is the second largest securities firm in Taiwan. The Singapore-based subsidiary is licensed by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS).
Trading Technologies Continues to Expand
TT’s trading software is designed for professional and institutional traders. Already more than 30 financial institutions have signed up to access the TT trading platform, including Wall Street banks such as Bank of America Merrill Lynch, BNP Paribas, Credit Suisse, J.P. Morgan Securities, Morgan Stanley, UBS and more.
Mark Pottle, the Regional Executive Sales Director at Trading Technologies added: “We’re excited to bring on KGI Securities, a notable Singapore-based broker, as a direct TT client. This is a great endorsement for TT’s software in the Asia/Pacific region.”
Chicago-headquartered Trading Technologies is a two-decade-old fintech firm and over the years has expanded its reach to five continents. Earlier this year, Trading Technologies partnered with London-based trading firm TTG Capital and United States’ largest crypto wallet and trading platform provider Coinbase.