TMX AtriumTM provides smarter infrastructure solutions for the world's financial community.
Established in 2006, TMX Atrium (formerly Atrium Network) was acquired in August 2011 by TMX Group and now operates as a unit of TMX DatalinxÔ, its information services division.
TMX Atrium is headquartered in Luxembourg with offices in London, New York and Toronto, with a global footprint that extends throughout Europe, USA and Canada and serves only the financial community.
TMX Atrium operates as a venue neutral connectivity and infrastructure provider, offering the capital markets community highly-scalable connectivity between multiple markets and multiple trading venues.
TMX Atrium's simple approach to connectivity ensures that customers connect quickly and easily to their desired trading counter parties, brokers, venues and clearers. For more information, please visit www.tmxatrium.com
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