CQG and Phillip Futures Expand Asia-Pacific Trading Access

CQG, Inc. and Singapore-based Phillip Futures Pte Ltd. today announced their partnership to make CQG’s high-performance trading front-end platforms available

CQG, Inc. and Singapore-based Phillip Futures Pte Ltd. today announced their partnership to make CQG’s high-performance trading front-end platforms available to Asia-Pacific traders. 

“Our agreement with Phillip Futures, Singapore’s largest retail broker, is another important milestone in our continued growth in the region,” said Rod Giffen, Chief Operating Officer at CQG. “We look forward to providing a competitive edge to their traders.”

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Phillip Futures is a founding clearing member of Singapore Exchange Derivatives Trading (SGX-DT) and provides access to a diverse range of asset classes. Through partnership with CQG, Phillip Futures’ clients are able to use CQG Integrated Client, the company’s flagship platform for low-latency order execution, reliable market data, and sophisticated technical analysis, as well as CQG Trader to route orders to exchanges worldwide. CQG Trader offers real-time quotes, trading, and order management and is available in multiple languages, including Chinese and Japanese.

“We look forward to offering CQG products to our group of clients who trade as a profession. Phillip Futures seeks to grow our pool of professional traders with our recent launch of the professional trading development hub,” says Teyu Che Chern, CEO of Phillip Futures. “It is therefore an opportune time to introduce the CQG platform that offers powerful trading tools to our professional traders who require high performance trading applications and charting capabilities.”

Through its hosted infrastructure, CQG provides a highly-scalable turnkey solution to FCM partners seeking to quickly access global markets. CQG continues to expand this infrastructure with emphasis on the Asia-Pacific region. Significant growth there includes direct connectivity to HKFE in addition to the company’s new Shanghai data center.

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