Devexperts, a leading financial markets technology provider, announced today that Osmanlı Yatırım, a Turkish investment and asset management firm, has received a new web trading platform and a mobile trading application from Devexperts.
According to the official announcement, the development process lasted nearly 6 months, and Osmanlı’s clients will now be able to trade equities and derivatives on Borsa Istanbul (BIST) through native Android, iOS and web applications.
Devexperts mentioned that in addition to the company’s development services, it has integrated the market data of Turkish securities provided by dxFeed, which is its data distribution division.
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Commenting on the latest announcement, Pınar Cakılkaya, General Manager at Osmanlı Yatırım Menkul Degerler, said: “In such uncertain times of the global pandemic, we want to be the prop and stay for our clients. We invest in our technology since 2010, so our clients can be assured access to the Turkish financial market and comfortable with our service. We give importance to our clients’ trading practices and instruments and try to provide different trading platforms for different needs accordingly.”
Finance Magnates earlier reported about the partnership between Devexperts and TEB Yatırım. The technology provider mentioned that it is working on several proprietary products for TEB Yatırım. The company is planning to expand its presence in the Turkish region through regional partnerships.
“We are grateful to Osmanlı Yatırım to be selected for this project to modernize their trading infrastructure. During the last decade, financial technology worldwide has advanced rapidly. As we work with clients across the globe we are able to expand our knowledge, invent know-hows and test different use cases. We bring a competitive advantage to trading and investment firms by sharing our expertise,” Oguzhan Karakoc, CEO of Devexperts Turkey, mentioned in the official press release.
Devexperts announced the appointment of Denis Kozlov as its new Vice President of Business Development in October last year.