CMA choose TMX Atrium for exchange connectivity

Source: TMX Atrium

TMX Atrium, provider of smarter infrastructure solutions for the financial community, today announced that CMA, the Latin American Market Data and Trading company, has connected to TMX Atrium to access North American market data feeds across TMX Atrium's infrastructure.

TMX Atrium's coverage is across multiple liquidity centres within North America and makes the TMX Atrium infrastructure a highly attractive proposition for participants looking to access venues, data and markets across North America. CMA provides market data from over 100 exchanges to over 20,000 terminals; participants on-net with TMX Atrium, can now access CMA market data across the firm's connectivity fabric. Connectivity between TMX Atrium and CMA, allows TMX Atrium's international community, to trade seamlessly with CMA's extensive broker dealer community across Europe, North America and Latin America.

Emmanuel Carjat, Managing Director, TMX Atrium said, "We are pleased that CMA decided to use TMX Atrium to provide access to multiple market data feeds and liquidity points. It reinforces our strategy to co-locate with key exchange sites so our clients don't have to. Matching the international trading communities' demand for connectivity to global markets is a key priority for us and we are committed to investment in our infrastructure to enable this. We look forward to working with CMA and continuing to strengthen our presence within Latin America."

Raphael Juan Product, Data Director, CMA added, "CMA's Trade Hub offers broker/dealers and high-frequency trading institutions access to a wide range of liquidity points across the Brazilian, Mexican and other Latin American markets. Our direct market access (DMA) solution offers the latest low latency solutions required by participants to access the Latin American markets. Joining the TMX Atrium community has instantly and significantly expanded the range of market data feeds available to our community of brokers and their trading clients." 

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