Exegy Inc., a provider of high-performance market data normalization and distribution solutions based in St. Louis, has today announced the availability of six new feed handlers for foreign exchange venues. The new additions expand Exegy’s broad portfolio of over 200 market data feed handlers, including feed handlers for the leading bank portals and ECN platforms for currency trading.
Today, Exegy announced support for the Cantor Fitzgerald StreamFX, FX All Active Trading, ICAP EBS Ai, Integral FX Inside, LMAX InterBank, and LMAX Professional feeds.
Additions to Exegy’s market data feed handler portfolio are customer-driven as part of its Managed Service. “The breadth of foreign exchange venues in our portfolio reflects the maturity of our offering and our growing customer base in the currency markets,” said vice president of sales Steve Hughes. The new feed handlers are included in new deployments of Exegy Ticker Plant appliances supporting major bank, asset management, and hedge fund customers.
“In the FX space, we are seeing the virtuous circle of our Managed Service that continuously delivers added value to existing customers and attracts new business as the product broadens and matures,” added Hughes.
Feed handlers from Exegy’s expansive portfolio may be deployed on Exegy hardware-accelerated appliances or the Exegy Trading Application Platform (TAP), an embedded software ticker plant product. The Exegy Client API (XCAPI) allows applications to subscribe to normalized market data views on a per instrument basis. It also allows applications to subscribe to composite depth-of-market views across a user-specified set of markets.
The announced expansion its foreign exchange feed handler portfolio broadens the composite views of the currency markets that Exegy is able to provide. Mr. Hughes emphasized, “the speed, breadth, and flexibility of our user-defined composite capabilities are particularly relevant to market participants looking for tools to navigate the liquidity mirage that often exists in the currency markets.”