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Australian-based Genesis Proprietary Trading has partnered with Trading Technologies to use the TT futures trading platform and make its fully integrated suite of cutting-edge functionality available to Genesis’ proprietary traders.
The global provider of high-performance professional trading software will be the principal futures trading platform provider for Genesis’ trader training program, where aspiring proprietary traders learn how to execute spread and outright strategies. They will be using TT’s features, including MD Trader, Autospreader, ADL, and charts and analytics.
Nick Scarf, Chief Executive Officer of Genesis Proprietary Trading. said:
“We’re excited to offer Trading Technologies’ TT platform to our traders. TT’s ease of deployment, unparalleled accessibility, and comprehensive futures trading toolset deliver tremendous value to our experienced traders, as well as our trainees.”
Michael Peters, Regional Executive Sales Director for Trading Technologies in APAC, added:
“We’re pleased to bring TT’s reliable execution, advanced customization and our new technologies to Genesis. With the TT platform, traders can deploy advanced trading strategies seamlessly through TT’s dedicated network of colocated data centers.”
The TT futures trading platform incorporates a broad array of customizable tools to accommodate trading strategies that range from manual point-and-click trading to low-double-digit microsecond automated order entry. TT’s privately managed colocated infrastructure spans five continents, delivering direct market access and superior trade execution from anywhere in the world.
TT’s distribution partners include 19 of the top 20 futures commission merchants and its connectivity stretches to nearly 45 markets, including the futures markets of the CME Group, Deutsche Boerse, Intercontinental Exchange, and Nasdaq. The company has recently onboarded Singapore-based Straits Financial and KGI Securities as customers.
Trading Technologies was one of the first FinTech companies for the professional trading industry to bring digital currency market to the institutional level by launching a cryptocurrency version of its high-performance trading platform.
The new platform allows both spot and derivative markets trading side by side, with access to a market-leading suite of charting and automated trading tools as well as market data. The professional platform costs customers $400 a month.