QuantHouse Deploys New Trade and Book Synchronisation Feature

The feature enables improved reconciliation of trades and book updates, including feeds from derivatives exchanges.

QuantHouse has rolled out a new synchronization feature, focusing on trade and book updates for clients. The new upgrade is noteworthy as it influences a variety of feeds from leading derivatives exchanges, including EUREX, CME, and ICE.

QuantHouse is a provider of end-to-end systematic trading solutions, data services, algo trading platforms, and infrastructure solutions. The deployment of its trade and book updates synchronization feature helps meet a growing client demand, which emphasizes real-time feeds from derivatives exchanges.

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The new synchronization feature is now available on both QuantFEED and ConsolidatedFEED. In particular, the new feature helps enable clients to reconcile trades and book updates when consuming data in real-time. This stance was echoed by Pierre Feligioni, Co-Founder, and CEO, QuantHouse, commented: “QuantHouse has always been keen to develop new features that help simplify our clients’ day-to-day operations, and this latest feature is yet another example of our commitment to meeting our clients’ needs.”

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“Reconciliation of trades and book updates has been a recurring challenge for market participants who are always looking for more accurate back-testing of trading strategies, and we are delighted to offer this new capability in response to client demand,” added Feligioni.

The ability to better synchronize trades is key to a dynamic market environment, which has been the impetus behind the feature’s development. Indeed, “In today’s complex automated trading environment, sophisticated historical and real-time market data is key for staying ahead of the competition,” explained Stephane Leroy, Co-Founder and Chief Revenue Officer, QuantHouse.

“Having a way to synchronize trades and book events empowers firms to do more advanced research and better improve the back-testing of their strategies, resulting in more informed trading decisions,” Leroy added.

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