17 December 2017
visit http://response.ncr.com

CQG agrees order routing service broker contract with Dot Commodity

05 April 2011  |  2213 views  |  0 Source: CQG

CQG, the industry-leading order execution, charting, and analytics provider for global, electronically-traded securities and commodities, today announced that it has entered into an order routing service broker contract with Dot Commodity, Inc., Japan's largest online commodity futures broker.

This agreement will allow Dot Commodity's clients the ability to place orders directly to overseas commodity markets as well as Japanese domestic commodity markets, including the Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM) and the Tokyo Grain Exchange (TGE) by DMA (Direct Market Access) through the CQG Trader and CQG Integrated Client trading platforms.

"Partnering with Dot Commodity is a beneficial step in CQG's Asia-Pacific growth," said Mike Glista, Director of Order Routing at CQG. "We look forward to providing Dot Commodity's clients with our best of class tools and industry-leading service."

Dot Commodity's clients can also utilize CQG's suite of server-side tools, CQG Spreader and the Market Aggregation expression, for execution and management of latency-critical trading strategies across key global and domestic exchanges.

"Dot Commodity is pleased to be able to offer its clients access to markets in Tokyo, London, and New York on one trading platform through CQG Trader and CQG Integrated Client," said Jeff Jacobson, Manager of Overseas Business Development at Dot Commodity, Inc. "This will greatly enhance our range of services and add a higher level of convenience for the investor."

Comments: (0)

Comment on this story (membership required)

Related company news

 

Related blogs

Create a blog about this story (membership required)
visit www.niceactimize.comvisit www.thomsonreuters.infovisit www.response.ncr.com

Top topics

Most viewed Most shared
satelliteRipple completes XRP Lockup
10580 views comments | 3 tweets | 2 linkedin
PSD2: Laying the regulatory foundation for a new age in paymentsPSD2: Laying the regulatory foundation for...
10170 views comments | 18 tweets | 36 linkedin
Banks tap Ethereum smart contracts for MiFID II complianceBanks tap Ethereum smart contracts for MiF...
7334 views comments | 9 tweets | 10 linkedin
Banks and fintech startups join forces on blockchain-based supply chain pilotBanks and fintech startups join forces on...
7266 views comments | 19 tweets | 22 linkedin
hands typing furiouslyReshaping Customer Engagement & Da...
6673 views 0 | 4 tweets | 2 linkedin

Featured job

Competitive base, double ote, benefits
London, UK

Find your next job