ITG Europe launches Triton trading system

Source: ITG Europe

ITG Europe, the technology-based equity trading services group, has launched Triton - its all-in-one system - which brings together ITG's analytics and trading capabilities directly to user's desktop.

Triton is also Europe's most advanced multi-user trading system. The new product is being showcased at TradeTech in Paris this week.

Flexibility & Liquidity
Triton is a Windows-based system with an unprecedented level of flexibility – it is fully customisable and expandable. It offers access to multiple liquidity sources through direct market access (DMA) as well as to ITG's trading desk and crossing system POSIT. It incorporates algorithmic trading and analytics with tools to optimise workflow. It has the capacity to run the most complex quantitative trading strategies and yet is versatile enough for single stock trading. As with all ITG products, Triton has been created to enhance trading performance and help achieve Best Execution.

Commenting on the launch of Triton in Europe, ITG Europe CEO Alasdair Haynes, said: "There's nothing else in the market that combines tools from the entire trading continuum and is totally flexible, support multiple users and connects to numerous liquidity pools. Triton has been a huge success in the US and we expect it to be very well received in Europe."

Triton can be seamlessly integrated between a user's order management system (OMS) and multiple sources of liquidity. As well as enhancing the trading capabilities of an OMS, it can interface directly with a user's data sources. Triton offers a comprehensive range of trading destinations – user's own, ITG's proprietary tools, such as POSIT, and DMA across Europe including to The London Stock Exchange, Deutsche Boerse and Euronext. On the analytics front, Triton provides built-in access to a complete set of ITG tools that monitor and measure every stage of the trading process, from pre-trade analysis (Logic) to realtime surveillance (eXtra) and post-trade analysis (TCA).

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