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Quod Financial, a developer of adaptive trading technology, announced it is launching the forex trading and liquidity management platform Adaptive FX (AFX). The new platform leverages the existing low latency aggregation, data and connectivity of MarketFactory.
The new trading platform is intended for regional banks and asset managers who need rapid technology changes in forex trading providing easy and effective management of spreads and maintaining profitability.
AFX meets the needs of different types of users, providing benchmarks, transactions cost analysis and best of class execution strategies. The new platform offers to providers of custom pools of liquidity real-time algorithmic pricing and internal liquidity management. The AFX also allows collection of system-wide data, to be used for Quod’s new generation of artificial trading algorithms.
“We’re excited to power Quod Financial’s full-stack eFX solution to better serve customers with diverse needs,” said Darren Jer COO of MarketFactory. “Quod’s product is the result of years of R&D from many asset classes and will empower trading desks with the most modern tools to capture greater pricing and execution profit.”
“MarketFactory’s FX feed handlers contain years of venue-specific IP that ensures our algos always see the best market data,” noted Ali Pichvai, CEO of Quod Financial. “Their flexible model will allow our clients to add and subtract any liquidity provider in London, Tokyo and New York, speeding time-to-market.”
Quod Financial is a fintech company established in 2004 in London. It specializes in software and services for algorithmic trading, smart order routing and internalization of liquidity and provides electronic trading platforms to liquidity venues, exchanges, retail brokers, buy side and sell side institutions.
MarketFactory is based in New York and provides one high-performance API to more than 70 institutional venues on the forex market.