Woburn, Mass. (PRWEB) November 04, 2013
Redline Trading Solutions, a leading provider of ultra-low latency trading solutions, today announced a major expansion into Asian equities and derivatives markets.
“In response to strong demand from our customers for a common global trading platform, we are expanding our Asian exchange support and have opened a sales and support office in Hong Kong,” said Mark Skalabrin, CEO of Redline Trading Solutions. “Establishing a presence centered in Asia is another step in our mission of providing outstanding service to our customers as we grow our international business.” Eddie Lau, who joined Redline in 2011, has been tapped to head the Hong Kong office as Redline’s Manager of Solutions Engineering, Asia Pacific.
Adding to its full coverage of Asian foreign exchange trading and recently announced support for Japanese markets already in place, Redline also announced a roadmap to extend support to trading venues in Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia, Korea and India, with other equity and derivative exchanges expected to follow.
Leading trading firms who use Redline for applications such as smart order routers, algorithmic trade execution, and proprietary trading can now achieve in Asia the same level of performance, accuracy, and affordability that they currently enjoy in North America. Asian-based firms seeking competitive trading advantage in home markets will also now benefit from Redline’s leading-edge solution.
For more information, contact Redline at +1 781 995 3403 or sales(at)redlinetrading(dot)com.
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