CHICAGO, October 17, 2017 — Trading Technologies International, Inc. (TT), a global provider of high-performance professional trading software, today announced it has entered an agreement with Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking to make the TT trading platform globally available to Societe Generale’s institutional trading client base. This move provides professional derivatives trading customers of Societe Generale’s electronic execution business with access to TT’s advanced trading software, including Autospreader®, ADL®, charting and analytics, options trading and connectivity through the Financial Information eXchange (FIX) protocol.
Guy Scott, Managing Director, Sales, Americas, for Trading Technologies, commented, “We’re glad to extend our long-standing global relationship with Societe Generale. They are a large and important customer with an extensive client base that covers all user types, from proprietary trading firms and large commercial hedgers to hedge funds, commodity trading advisors and other buy-side entities—all of whom can benefit from the advanced performance, customization and accessibility of the TT platform.”
The TT platform delivers unmatched power and speed with secure, go-anywhere market access and trade execution through the software-as-a-service (SaaS) delivery model. TT incorporates a diverse range of customizable tools to accommodate trading styles that range from manual point-and-click trading to automated order entry.
About Trading Technologies
Trading Technologies (www.tradingtechnologies.com, @Trading_Tech) creates professional trading software, compliance software and trading infrastructure solutions for a wide variety of users, including proprietary traders, brokers, money managers, CTAs, hedge funds, commercial hedgers and risk managers. TT delivers access to the world’s major international exchanges and liquidity platforms via its TT® and X_TRADER® trading platforms. The company’s trade surveillance application uses machine learning technology to help traders comply with complex regulation.