Trading Technologies to Strengthen Clearing Technology with ATEO Acquisition

by Jared Kirui
  • The acquisition aims to expand Trading Technologies' capabilities in middle-office technology.
  • Trading Technologies targets banks, brokers, and futures commission merchants in the deal.
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Trading Technologies International, Inc. has announced its acquisition of ATEO SAS, a prominent provider of post-trade solutions for listed derivatives.

This move aims to broaden Trading Technologies' clearing and middle-office technology services. The acquisition, set to conclude on February 29, followed a successful partnership initiated in late 2022 between the two firms.

Laurent Courbin, the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of ATEO, mentioned in an email sent to Finance Magnates: "Since 2000, ATEO has provided premier middle-office solutions to our clients, with functionally rich and reliable software. While we have already attracted some of the leading firms in the industry, we can now scale significantly as part of the TT team and infrastructure, supporting more clients of every size, regardless of the scope of their needs."

Laurent Courbin
Laurent Courbin

Streamlining Clearing Services

The collaboration between Trading Technologies and ATEO commenced in 2022, focusing on delivering integrated post-trade allocation services for sell-side banks, brokers, and futures commission merchants. By incorporating ATEO's middle-office solutions into Trading Technologies' infrastructure, the acquisition seeks to provide an end-to-end offering.

ATEO will operate as a globally managed service hosted in Trading Technologies' data centers. This will facilitate access to its post-trade allocation engine integrated into the Trading Technologies' order management system. ATEO's suite of products, including TEO Derivatives, LISA Clearing Engine, and UGO, is expected to augment Trading Technologies' offerings, providing standardized solutions for clearing activities.

Trading Technologies is a Software-as-a-Service platform connecting global capital markets. It offers tools for trade execution, market data solutions, analytics, and risk management. Its clientele includes brokers, hedge funds, and exchanges, seeking end-to-end trading operations and innovation.

Trading Technologies Expands Services

Last year, Trading Technologies announced its acquisition of Abel Noser Solutions, LLC, a provider of pre-trade and post-trade TCA services for various players in the financial sector. This acquisition underscored the firm's commitment to expanding its analytical capabilities and client offerings in the capital markets.

With the acquisition of Abel Noser Solutions, Trading Technologies gained access to a diverse portfolio of multi-asset platform offerings, complementing its existing services. Post-acquisition, clients of Trading Technologies and Abel Noser Solutions can expect expanded service offerings and enhanced functionality.

Besides that, last year, Trading Technologies added two lines of business, TT Compliance and TT Quantitative Trading Solutions. According to the company, its plans include integrating liquidity from major banks and expanding product offerings to cover forwards, non-deliverable forwards, and swaps.

Trading Technologies International, Inc. has announced its acquisition of ATEO SAS, a prominent provider of post-trade solutions for listed derivatives.

This move aims to broaden Trading Technologies' clearing and middle-office technology services. The acquisition, set to conclude on February 29, followed a successful partnership initiated in late 2022 between the two firms.

Laurent Courbin, the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of ATEO, mentioned in an email sent to Finance Magnates: "Since 2000, ATEO has provided premier middle-office solutions to our clients, with functionally rich and reliable software. While we have already attracted some of the leading firms in the industry, we can now scale significantly as part of the TT team and infrastructure, supporting more clients of every size, regardless of the scope of their needs."

Laurent Courbin
Laurent Courbin

Streamlining Clearing Services

The collaboration between Trading Technologies and ATEO commenced in 2022, focusing on delivering integrated post-trade allocation services for sell-side banks, brokers, and futures commission merchants. By incorporating ATEO's middle-office solutions into Trading Technologies' infrastructure, the acquisition seeks to provide an end-to-end offering.

ATEO will operate as a globally managed service hosted in Trading Technologies' data centers. This will facilitate access to its post-trade allocation engine integrated into the Trading Technologies' order management system. ATEO's suite of products, including TEO Derivatives, LISA Clearing Engine, and UGO, is expected to augment Trading Technologies' offerings, providing standardized solutions for clearing activities.

Trading Technologies is a Software-as-a-Service platform connecting global capital markets. It offers tools for trade execution, market data solutions, analytics, and risk management. Its clientele includes brokers, hedge funds, and exchanges, seeking end-to-end trading operations and innovation.

Trading Technologies Expands Services

Last year, Trading Technologies announced its acquisition of Abel Noser Solutions, LLC, a provider of pre-trade and post-trade TCA services for various players in the financial sector. This acquisition underscored the firm's commitment to expanding its analytical capabilities and client offerings in the capital markets.

With the acquisition of Abel Noser Solutions, Trading Technologies gained access to a diverse portfolio of multi-asset platform offerings, complementing its existing services. Post-acquisition, clients of Trading Technologies and Abel Noser Solutions can expect expanded service offerings and enhanced functionality.

Besides that, last year, Trading Technologies added two lines of business, TT Compliance and TT Quantitative Trading Solutions. According to the company, its plans include integrating liquidity from major banks and expanding product offerings to cover forwards, non-deliverable forwards, and swaps.

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