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Patsystems connects to HKEx

09 May 2007  |  1334 views  |  0 Source: Patsystems

Patsystems, the trading solutions provider to the derivatives industry, is pleased to announce that it has completed conformance to the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited, HKEx.

Fimat Hong Kong Ltd, Man Financial and Phillip Futures are all taking advantage of this new access by connecting and trading HKEx's derivatives products through the Patsystems native HKEx Exchange Specific Adaptor.

This latest connectivity adds to Patsystems' extensive network of global exchange access available to customers. Our Asian exchange connectivity is now stronger than ever, offering customers access to nine exchanges in the region, covering a broad range of futures contracts including interest rates, government bonds, equities, commodities and energy.

Barry White, Regional Director Asia Pacific, Patsystems, said: "It is encouraging to see the immediate uptake of the Patsystems' HKEx native ESA as this signifies another milestone in the growth of Patsystems in Asia. We expect connectivity to additional exchanges in Asia in the coming months which will strengthen our position as one of the leading global ISVs in the region."

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