Nissan Securities, a Tokyo-based futures execution and clearing member, will be using the futures trading platform of Trading Technologies International, Inc. (TT), a provider of professional trading software.
The agreement was co-announced on Monday and will allow Nissan to expand its trade execution technology. This will be achieved by giving its clients access to the features of the TT platform, which included Autospreader, ADL, charting, and analytics.
Nissan Securities is the latest in a line of financial institutions to on-board TT’s trading platform. In September, Finance Magnates reported that TT had partnered with KGI Securities Pte Ltd, a Singapore-based brokerage. Through the agreement, KGI Securities distributes the TT trading futures platform.
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TT Expands Reach in APAC
In addition, TT has been expanding its direct access reach in the Asia Pacific region. Earlier this year, the company revealed colocated connectivity to the Osaka Securities Exchange and proximity connection to the Tokyo Commodity Exchange.
Commenting on the partnership, Tomoaki Hirao, Director and Head of Global Sales at Nissan Securities said: “by providing Trading Technologies’ TT platform, we’re strengthening our commitment to deliver the highest level of access and service, not only for professional trading firms and financial institutions, but also for individual traders. TT’s comprehensive support for multiple brokers, including built-in user-sharing functionality, allows us to grow our relationship with our global clients.”
Michael Peters, Regional Executive Sales Director for Trading Technologies in APAC added: “we’re excited to bring TT’s flexibility, ease of connectivity and superior execution to Nissan Securities’ customers. We’re confident that TT’s advanced features will provide Nissan Securities with unrivaled visibility and enhanced account management options.”
TT’s trading software is designed for professional and institutional traders. Already more than 30 financial institutions have signed up to access the futures trading platform, including Wall Street banks such as Bank of America Merrill Lynch, BNP Paribas, Credit Suisse, J.P. Morgan Securities, Morgan Stanley, UBS, and more.