FIX Flyer Sponsoring and Exhibiting at FIX Asia in Hong Kong
May 4, 2012
New York, New York — FIX Flyer, a leader in solutions for electronic trading and Direct Market Access (DMA), announced today that they will be participating at the FIX Asia Conference in Hong Kong on May 8th at the JW Marriot. FIX Flyer will be sponsoring the event as an exhibitor.
FIX Flyer’s Chairman George Kledaras and CEO Brian Ross will be participating at the event.
Please visit our booth at the conference for a demo of our Daytona Monitoring, Alerting and Low Latency FIX Engine with Risk Checks and Exchange Adapters for supporting Direct Market Access (DMA), and meet some of our senior technical staff from our Asia offices. For more information about the conference including a complete agenda, please visit FIX-Events.com.
About FIX Flyer
FIX Flyer develops and operates advanced technology for anaging complex, multi–asset, institutional securities trading using highly scalable software and network technologies.
Since 2005, as an agile technology provider, we have partnered with our 170+ clients worldwide, including UBS, Barclays, TD Ameritrade, Fidelity, Berenberg, Unicredit, GBM, Interacciones, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Goldman Sachs, and more to build high quality, feature-rich software.
Flyer has built a team of operational experts who manage and provide Managed FIX software-as-a-service. Our subject matter experts create and operate FIX servers for you to realize the full potential of our software to deliver the highest level of service and return on investment.
The FIX Flyer Engine is the first FIX server designed to manage high volume, ultra low latency trading networks and ECNs, easily scaling to thousands of connections.
FIX Flyer also provides the Daytona trade surveillance monitor, the F1 Risk Control Gateway, the Ignition regression test and certification tool; the Flyer Online hosted Order Management System, and the Flyer Trading Network.
FIX Flyer has headquarters in New York City with offices in Boston and Hyderabad India.