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HORIZON ANNOUNCES NEW SINGAPORE EXCHANGE CONNECTIVITY ON DERIVATIVES

Horizon Software (Horizon), the leading global technology provider for electronic trading and investment management, announced native connectivity to the Singapore Exchange (SGX) for Derivatives (DT). Horizon now provides more than 80 native gateways to exchanges and trading venues around the world.

In Singapore, Horizon provides low latency connectivity for transactions and market data. Now in production and available to traders in Singapore and outside Singapore, connectivity to the exchange allows banks, brokers, funds and prop desks to execute trades at low-latency, along with market making and algorithmic trading.

Clement Pelletier, APAC Sales Director at Horizon Software, said: “SGX-DT completes our extensive APAC native connectivity catalog. Our low latency native gateways, combined with our automated trading platform, allow the APAC community to trade and market-make all kind of instruments throughout APAC.”

“We are continuously working on extending our market coverage and connectivity in response to our users’ requirements,” said Benoit Deckmyn, head of electronic trading at Horizon Software. “Our Trade Your Way philosophy puts our clients in control of the technology and our technology has now put our clients at the center of the expanding Singapore derivatives market,” he added.