20 October 2017

CQG partners UOB Bullion and Futures to expand connectivity in Asia Pacific

13 October 2010  |  1676 views  |  0 Source: CQG

CQG, the industry-leading order routing, charting, and analytics provider for global, electronically-traded futures markets, announced today at FIA Asia that it has signed a software licensing agreement with UOB Bullion and Futures to provide their customers access to CQG's sophisticated trading front-ends.

UOB is a leading bank in the Asia-Pacific region and offers its customers the opportunity to trade bullion, foreign currency, and other financial instruments including futures, options, and foreign exchange in a wide range of markets. The partnership allows UOB Bullion and Futures to offer buy-side firms and other high-volume traders consolidated market data and advanced electronic trading via the CQG Trader and CQG Integrated Client platforms.

"Partnering with UOB Bullion and Futures is an important step in our Asia-Pacific region expansion," said Mike Glista, CQG's Director of Order Routing. "We look forward to meeting and surpassing trader demand for exceptional product quality and order routing service."

"The partnership will provide yet another stable platform for access into major US and European futures exchanges. Access into other futures exchanges worldwide will also be granted in phases. In addition, this will certainly strengthen our position for participating in growing opportunities globally," said Ady Ng, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, UOB Bullion and Futures.

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