Deltix, a Massachusetts-based quantitative strategy provider for financial markets, has announced that it has integrated its execution strategy software with Object Trading’s global DMA platform for equity, derivative and FX markets.
Through the combined solution of research and execution, firms will be able to take advantage of the joint offering to deploy alpha trading strategies. Object Trading provides direct connectivity to over fifty-five markets through its benchmark FrontRunner product.
Steve Woodyatt, CEO at Object Trading commented in the press briefing: “We are thrilled to create an end-to-end solution with Deltix that enables traders and analysts to easily access the global markets. Deltix’s quantitative modeling tools integrated with our FrontRunner global direct market access platform will allow users to quickly identify trading opportunities and enter markets on-demand with minimal internal technical overhead.”
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Deltix offers a range of useful products focusing on research and quantitative-based solutions, including; TimeBase, QuantOffice and QuantServer. Users can take advantage of Deltix’s expertise in supporting managers using algorithmic and quantitative trading strategies by providing support for data collection and aggregation, model development, back-testing, simulation and deployment to production.
“As firms look for more effective ways to capture alpha, it becomes increasingly important to have both an effective method for identifying trading opportunities and an efficient way to access the markets to trade,” said Ilya Gorelik, Deltix Founder & CEO in the official press statement.
“We are delighted to be working with Object Trading to provide an integrated solution that helps our clients reach more markets and identify more opportunities to develop and implement profitable trading strategies.”
Deltix offers access to a range of FX liquidity providers including Citi and Dukascopy. Deltix has been developing its quantitative research solutions for the buy-side, and the firm has collaborated with leading money managers, including Almont Capital, G6 Capital and Tomis Capital.