Emmanuel Carjat, Managing Director, TMX Atrium
"Central and Eastern Europe are becoming increasingly important centres for clients seeking liquidity and trading opportunities across multiple asset classes."
London - Infrastructure vendor TMX Atrium announced a new low latency path from Frankfurt into the hub at Moscow M1.
"Central and Eastern Europe are becoming increasingly important centres for clients seeking liquidity and trading opportunities across multiple asset classes," Emmanuel Carjat, TMX Atrium's managing director, said.
"On-going investment in our venue-neutral platform ensures that TMX Atrium will continue to provide low latency trading paths into and out of key financial centres and from Moscow to other key trading locations."
A day after unveiling the Frankfurt-Moscow route, the company also said it was improving its London-Moscow latency via a Stockholm connectivity path.
TMX Atrium announced a path from Moscow to Stockholm in August 2012. The company said the new Moscow to Frankfurt path was implemented in response to client demand for access to Moscow and is used by clients as a low latency back-up path for connectivity from Moscow to London via Frankfurt as well as trading access between Frankfurt and Moscow.
"We are delighted with the client take-up of our Moscow investment and remain committed to offering our members further access around Moscow," Carjat said.