Beeks Inks Partnership with Nissan Securities, Extending Cloud Connectivity

Beeks will help provide a VPS and high-speed communication infrastructure solution to Nissan's institutional investors

Beeks Financial Cloud Ltd, a global provider of financial cloud infrastructure, has launched a strategic partnership with Nissan Securities to help extend connectivity capabilities to Nissan’s customers, which will tendered with immediate effect, according to Beeks statement.

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The partnership between Beeks Financial Cloud and Nissan Securities was finalized last month, with several Nissan customers are already utilizing Beeks’ service suite. Nissan Securities provides brokerage, clearing, and execution services for a number of asset classes, including securities, derivatives, commodities, and foreign exchange (FX), among others.

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Presently, Nissan Securities maintains an active participation in every derivatives exchange operating in Japan. The group’s decision to partner with Beeks Financial Cloud is important as it helps Nissan provide a reliable VPS and high-speed communication infrastructure solution to its institutional investors, as well as professional investment company and individual traders.

Gordon McArthur
Gordon McArthur

According to Beeks’ Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Gordon McArthur, in a recent statement on the partnership, “We’re very glad to be partnering with Nissan Securities, and we’re excited to see the benefits this partnership will provide to all parties. For Nissan clients, they can reduce latency by using Beeks’ cloud infrastructure. And for Beeks clients, this partnership will lead to more activity at Beeks’ access point in Tokyo.”

The partnership is the latest update at Beeks since it extended its connectivity offering and scale to Hong Kong, linking into Equinix’s International Business Exchange (IBX) in HK1. The new location and connection into HK1 followed on the heels of recent growth for the latency service provider, which constitutes its eighth data center worldwide and second hub in Asia, joining Equinix TY3 in Tokyo previously.

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