Fixnetix provides outsourced services for ultra-low latency trading, market data, hosting and infrastructure connectivity as well as risk management solutions to leading global banks, hedge funds and proprietary trading groups.
Fixnetix was founded in London in 2006 with the goal of pioneering the best in low latency technologies to provide the fastest trading and data to market participants.
It is headed by three highly experienced financial industry players; Hugh Hughes (CEO), Paul Ellis, (Director of Sales) and Al Moore (Head of Business Development). Their extensive combined experience in investment banking, technology and prime brokerage has allowed Fixnetix to provide dynamic solutions to meet the ever evolving requirements of the global financial community.
The secret of the Fixnetix vision is to analyse all parts of the technology chain and to employ the best industry practices to implement the solution. Accordingly the Fixnetix workforce combines the skills of some of the most experienced staff working in Investment Banking, Hedge Funds, Proprietary Trading Firms, Market Data Technology and Telecommunications.
Fixnetix is a Vendor of Record (VOR) and Network Service Provider (NSP) for the majority of exchanges in Europe and has progressed to being a VOR and NSP provider for nine major North American markets.
Fixnetix has used this technology platform to provide ultra-low latency data, trading and hosting solutions for multiple asset classes including Equities, Securities, Options, Futures, Bonds Commodities and FX.
Through strategic partnerships with data centres, platforms and telecommunications, and targeted in-house development, Fixnetix has developed a range of Industry leading products and solutions :
iX-Direct and iX-Max for ultra-low latency market data, iX-Trade for market execution, @Source Hosting for colocation and iX-Eye for ultra-low latency real-time Risk and execution management.
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