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Keith Todd, the CEO of Trading Technologies, spoke with John Lothian News at FIA Boca 2022, where TT made two important announcements. The first announcement was the KRM-22 risk suite TT added to its platform, which Todd said extends the platform’s risk capability and will be very well received by the community. Second was TT’s acquisition of RCM-X, a technology provider of algorithmic execution strategies and quantitative trading products, which TT announced on the first day of the conference.

Trading Technologies (TT) has said it plans to develop its crypto related connectivity services, after announcing a key hire aimed at developing its multi-asset class buyside offering. Speaking to Global Investor, chief executive officer of TT Keith Todd said the US fintech is looking to expand the firm’s cryptocurrency related services principally through partnerships. “We’ve been doing a lot of work on expanding our existing crypto offering,” Todd said. “There is no doubt that the mainstream capital market players are now really aligning with the emerging crypto world. I want to see TT move rapidly, initially through partnerships, to sit at the epicenter of crypto connectivity.”

Trading software and SaaS provider Trading Technologies (TT) has appointed industry veteran Nick Garrow to the newly created role of EVP multi-asset and buy-side. Garrow brings over 20 years’ experience in senior management in capital markets and prime brokerage, having led the global technological and operational transformation of businesses ranging from a tier-1 bank, to brokerage and clearing firms, to an exchange and fintech company.

Following its acquisition by 7RIDGE late last year, Trading Technologies (TT), a provider of trading software, infrastructure and data solutions, has acquired RCM-X, a Chicago-based technology provider of algorithmic execution strategies and quantitative trading products. RCM-X’s solution set includes trade analytics, independent transaction cost analysis (TCA), and back-testing and simulation services. The RCM-X engineering team also works with clients to create bespoke algorithmic strategies tailored to their trading objectives.