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TMX Atrium introduces Frankfurt-Moscow path

14 January 2013  |  935 views  |  0 Source: TMX Atrium

TMX Atrium, provider of smarter infrastructure solutions for the financial community, today announced a new low latency path from Frankfurt into the rapidly growing hub at Moscow M1.

The new path provides increased opportunities for TMX Atrium clients trading between Frankfurt and Moscow.

TMX Atrium announced a market-leading connectivity path from Moscow to Stockholm in August 2012. The new Moscow to Frankfurt path was implemented in response to continued client demand for access to Moscow and is used by clients as a low latency back-up path for connectivity from Moscow to London via Frankfurt as well as trading access between Frankfurt and Moscow. Participant users of the TMX Atrium connectivity fabric can now take advantage of a diverse connectivity option into and out of Moscow to trade amongst the London, Russian and Frankfurt markets.

Emmanuel Carjat, Managing Director, TMX Atrium said, "We are delighted with the client take-up of our Moscow investment and remain committed to offering our members further access around Moscow. Our ability to provide high-capacity, low latency connectivity paths designed to be fit for trading, sets us apart from other connectivity providers looking to enter the Moscow market.

Carjat added, "Central and Eastern Europe are becoming increasingly important centres for clients seeking liquidity and trading opportunities across multiple asset classes. On-going investment in our venue-neutral platform ensures that TMX Atrium will continue to provide low latency trading paths into and out of key financial centres and from Moscow to other key trading locations." 

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