Straits Financial

Straits Financial Customers to Have Access to Trading Technologies’ Tools

Trading TechnologiesStraits Financial, a leading Singapore-based brokerage, has reached an agreement with Trading Technologies to provide its global customer base with access to TT’s robust suite of advanced trading tools, including the industry-leading MD Trader, Autospreader, ADL, and Spread Matrix.
Trading Technologies’ infrastructure is spread across five continents, delivering secure, direct market access and low-latency trade execution for professional traders, as well as a range of customizable tools to accommodate trading strategies, from manual point-and-click trading to low-double-digit microsecond automated order entry.Susan Quek, Head of Futures at Straits Financial, commented:

“We are committed to providing the highest level of service and solutions to our growing customer base in the wider Asia/Pacific region. By partnering with Trading Technologies, we’re confident that we’re providing the latest and most sophisticated technology for our clients.”

Mark Pottle, Regional Executive Sales Director at Trading Technologies, said:

“We’re thrilled to bring TT’s professional trading tools and enhanced execution services to Straits Financial’s customers. Through our partnerships with leading regional brokers, such as Straits Financial, we’re further solidifying TT’s commitment to the Asia/Pacific region.”

Straits Financial LLC is a full Clearing Member of the CME, the CBOT, COMEX, NYMEX, Clearport, the DME, the NFX, the NZX, CFE, and OCC.

Mark Pottle, Regional Executive Sales Director at Trading Technologies
Mark Pottle, Regional Executive Sales Director at Trading Technologies

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.

The company was also in the news for having partnered with GDAX; one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges and a subsidiary of Coinbase, to bring cryptocurrency trading to the Wall Street level. The partnership will enable them to trade both spot and derivative markets side by side for the first time, to view market data, submit orders, and leverage a market-leading suite of charting and automated trading tools to trade cryptocurrencies on GDAX.

TT users are some of the largest futures and commodity traders 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