Trading software company TraderEvolution continues its spree of market partnerships, with the company announcing today a new integration with ICE Data Services, part of the Intercontinental Exchange (NYSE:ICE).
TraderEvolution provides multi-market trading platforms, including back-end and a full set of front-end trading platforms that have connectivity to dozens of markets across the world.
Under the agreement, TraderEvolution has integrated ICE Data Services. Therefore, the trading platform provider is able to offer its broker clients unique pricing and normalised exchange data from ICE Data Services’ Consolidated Feed.
The ICE Consolidated Feed collates financial market information. Additionally, the market data feed collects content from more than 600 sources, providing market participants with high-quality data from a range of different sources.
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As a result, the market data feed covers a range of assets, including foreign exchange (forex), equities, derivatives, fixed income, money markets, commodities, energy and ETFs. With the agreement announced today, this market data is now available for TraderEvolution’s broker customers.
Commenting on the collaboration, the CEO of TraderEvolution, Roman Nalivayko said in the statement: “We are very excited to unveil this data-oriented collaboration. ICE Data Services provides global coverage which is in line with the concept that we pursue at TraderEvolution to offer a universal and diversified multi-market solution. This integration is important for us to deliver a fully-functional trading software covering multiple global markets.”
TraderEvolution Continues to Expand Its Product Offering
Today’s announcement follows on from a spree of integrations in recent months. As Finance Magnates reported, the startup integrated with Velocity Trade, a global broker-dealer. Via the partnership, clients of Velocity Trade will be able to trade on the MERJ Exchange, a securities token and digital asset exchange. Velocity Trade is a broker member of the exchange.
Towards the end of June, the company established an agreement with Borsa Istanbul, the sole exchange entity in Turkey, to enable access to all equities and derivatives traded on the stock exchange