Redline Trading Solutions promotes Patrick Lau to head EMEA Sales

Redline Trading Solutions, the provider of high-performance market data and order execution systems for automated trading, today announced Patrick Lau as Director of EMEA Sales, operating out of Redline’s office in the City of London.

Patrick Lau

Patrick’s success at Redline in building collaborative relationships with leaders of global banks provides a strong foundation for his promotion and relocation to London,” said John Hanna, VP of Sales, Redline.

Patrick Lau joins seasoned market data and capital markets veteran Dave Carson, who leads Field Engineering for EMEA at Redline. Together, their team is tasked with expanding adoption of Redline’s high performance solutions, throughout European markets, that include market data software, enterprise data distribution, order execution engines, and Infrastructure-as-a-Service offerings.

With Redline’s InRushTM market data solution supporting over 30 European exchanges, firms may construct a user-specified view of the Best Bid & Offer (BBO) to inform smart order routing and help achieve best execution.

New exchange protocols being launched in Europe this year in preparation for MiFID II requirements are being supported by Redline, easing the compliance burden on trading firms.

Our increased focus on EMEA is a direct response to new customers drawn to our high-reliability, ultra-low latency solutions for European equities, foreign exchange, and global derivatives,” adds Mark Skalabrin, CEO of Redline. “An important driver of our growth is firms migrating away from legacy solutions to meet the demanding requirements of MiFID II.”

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