Protrader Integrates Capital IQ ConsolidatedFEED for Multi-Asset Brokers

Protrader is bolstering its multi-asset data today with integration of S&P Capital IQ’s ConsolidatedFEED real and historical data offering.

Protrader has announced today that its real time market data from S&P Capital IQ is being made available on their trading platform. The market data is powered via Capital IQ’s ConsolidatedFEED real time and historical feed offering.

For Protrader, the partnership with Capital IQ provides a new feed source for their broker and bank customers to use when offering the platform to clients. Previous integrations include market data from ActivFinancial, CQG and Thomson Reuters. Overall, the integration of the ConsolidatedFEED data continues Protrader’s positioning of their platform as a multi-asset offering.

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Through connections to exchanges, liquidity providers and market data solutions, Protrader can offer banks and brokers the possibility to provide their customers with a complete multi-asset trading platform, using either an agency, market maker, or hybrid model. As a result,  target customers for Protrader in the past have been financial institutions with large retail facing customer bases such as banks and single-asset brokers that can expand their trading offerings to customers with their platform.

Rocco Sta. Maria, Managing Director, EMEA, S&P Capital IQ stated in the joint public release that “Our strategic agreement with PFSOFT enables the broker market to combine the capabilities of the Protrader application together with our robust, scalable and global, real-time market data feed.”

Roman Nalivayko, PFSOFT Global Head of Business Development added “We are working on expanding access to rich market data for our clients in a safe and efficient way. A partnership with S&P Capital IQ will assist to our priorities implementation.”

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