Orc Trade Access by Itiviti

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Orc Trade Access can connect your trading systems to Orc's global set of market gateways covering all major asset classes. Trading firms and banks rely on Orc's market access solutions for reaching trading venues globally.

Key Features

Orc Trade Access gives firms:

  • Access to any of Orc's low-latency market gateways via a normalized protocol.
  • Shift of focus from market access development to core business.
  • Consolidated market access from one global vendor.

Key Benefits

Trade more markets, focus on core business and reduce costs with Orc Trade Access.Benefits include:

  • Ability to connect low-latency trading systems to new trading venues.
  • Capture new opportunities without costly development projects.
  • Reduced cost of ownership for market access.

Trade more markets

  • Reach more markets from your in-house or 3rd party trading systems.
  • Robust market gateways from a firm that has 25+ years of experience providing market access solutions.
  • Full support for market data and trading.

Focus on core business

  • Market access is a business facilitator, not a core trading activity.
  • Explore new regions and trading venues without having to develop your own market gateways.
  • Eliminate exchange upgrade burdens.

Reduce costs

  • Partner with the industry-leading provider of electronic execution solutions to consolidate your market access infrastructure.
  • Leverage Orc's Professional Services offering for cost-effective solutions.
  • Always have up-to-date exchange gateways.

Product/Service details

Geographic Availability
Africa, Africa, Asia-Pacific, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Europe, Latin America, Latin America, Middle East, Middle East, North America, North America