Source: Cameron Systems
Cameron Systems, the leading global provider of FIX protocol messaging solutions today announced the Warsaw Stock Exchange [WSE] has selected the CameronFIX platform to provide market participants worldwide with high throughput direct market access to the Polish market.
The CameronFIX Direct Market Access architecture provides quality access to global markets with high consistency, high throughput, low latency and integrated functionality for integrated risk, compliance, business intelligence, monitoring, high availability and workflow exception management.
"Access to WSE trading system via standardisation with the use of the FIX protocol should contribute to further increase in market liquidity, the development of its technical infrastructure and the higher number of remote members, foreign investors and issuers on the Exchange," said Marzena Smetek, FIX Project Manager, Warsaw Stock Exchange.
"FIX connectivity for Exchanges is a major focus for Cameron Systems globally and we are delighted the Warsaw Stock Exchange has selected the CameronFIX DMA Architecture.” said Cameron Systems Director of Sales Glenn Cruickshank. "As leaders in the adoption of FIX in major EU, US and Asian markets, we are proud that Cameron Systems is playing a leading role in bringing the FIX Protocol standard to Poland. We will also be making additional announcements during 2005 that further demonstrate the growing number of Exchanges and Brokers, across instrument types and geographies that are implementing CameronFIX DMA solutions."
"The CameronFIX implementation at the Warsaw Exchange has added support for NSC/MMTP FIX connectivity to the CameronFIX DMA Architecture that will be of interest to other Exchanges running the NSC system, a number of which we are already in discussion with," added Cameron Systems CTO, John Cameron.
Cameron Systems has emerged as the leader in providing all FIX trading requirements for Exchanges, Brokers, Fund Managers, Transaction Networks, Software Vendors and other market participants.
Today's announcement follows Cameron's recent successful FIX Direct Market Access implementations with major Exchanges including Singapore Exchange, Deutsche Bourse, Tokyo Stock Exchange, IntercontinentalExchange, Australian Stock Exchange and Osaka Securities Exchange with more underway.