TMX Atrium, provider of smarter infrastructure solutions for the financial community, today announced connectivity to the Kislovsky 13 (K13) data centre in Moscow.
This latest Moscow footprint expansion boots trading opportunities yet further for TMX Atrium clients.
Building on the success of their market-leading connectivity path from Moscow to Stockholm announced in 2012 and their Moscow to Frankfurt path, implemented in January 2013, TMX Atrium's increased footprint now offers low latency access between The Moscow Exchange trading engines in both production and disaster recovery locations. In September 2013, TMX Atrium announced access to Moscow from Frankfurt FR2, and on the 21st October 2013, connectivity to Moscow Exchange.
Emmanuel Carjat, Managing Director, TMX Atrium said, "We have been working with Russian market participants since 2011 and now offer a complete solution for clients looking to access and trade the Russian markets. Our work with Russian brokers and the Moscow Exchange ensures we can take participants to different key points in and across Moscow and also effect introductions for participants new to the Moscow market."
Carjat, continued, "We offer access to the centre of the Russian trading community from key liquidity centres in Europe and now across Russia. Building out connectivity to K13, underlines our high-speed, low latency fully resilient offering and allows clients to access the Russian markets. We are committed to continuing to provide financial services participants with a competitive advantage, when trading the global capital markets."