QuantHouse provides low-latency access
December 5, 2017

QuantHouse, an independent global provider of end-to-end high performance market data and trading, has announced the availability of easy access to Sun Trading's Systematic Internalizer (SI) platform through its QuantFEED and QuantLINK offering.

Sun Trading is a provider of bespoke equity streams under the MiFID I (markets in financial instruments directive) regime, and the organization expects high demand for liquidity under MiFID II. Previously, only large tier 1 brokers have had the resources to connect to this liquidity directly.

By offering simple connectivity via a single API (application programming interface), QuantHouse's customers are now able to access Sun Trading's market data and order entry feeds, and access the SI's liquidity in an efficient and cost-effective manner.

Access to Sun Trading's SI will be available from QuantHouse's qh API Ecosystem powered by QuantFEED and QuantLINK. The qh API ecosystem brings together the largest community of buy- and sell-side participants, exchanges, prime brokers, trading venues, hedge funds and market makers with other financial services partners and vendors.

QuantHouse says that with more than 500 participants, members can quickly and easily gain global access to multiple trading venues, technologies or applications, accelerate time to market for new services, streamline infrastructure costs and take advantage of new collaborative opportunities.





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QuantHouse, an independent global provider of end-to-end high performance market data and trading, has announced the availability of easy access to Sun Trading's Systematic Internalizer (SI) platform through its QuantFEED and QuantLINK offering.

Sun Trading is a provider of bespoke equity streams under the MiFID I (markets in financial instruments directive) regime, and the organization expects high demand for liquidity under MiFID II. Previously, only large tier 1 brokers have had the resources to connect to this liquidity directly.

By offering simple connectivity via a single API (application programming interface), QuantHouse's customers are now able to access Sun Trading's market data and order entry feeds, and access the SI's liquidity in an efficient and cost-effective manner.

Access to Sun Trading's SI will be available from QuantHouse's qh API Ecosystem powered by QuantFEED and QuantLINK. The qh API ecosystem brings together the largest community of buy- and sell-side participants, exchanges, prime brokers, trading venues, hedge funds and market makers with other financial services partners and vendors.

QuantHouse says that with more than 500 participants, members can quickly and easily gain global access to multiple trading venues, technologies or applications, accelerate time to market for new services, streamline infrastructure costs and take advantage of new collaborative opportunities.



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