Redline Trading Solutions Signs Statement of Commitment to FX Global…

Redline Trading Solutions, a premier provider of high-performance marketplace information and sequence execution systems for programmed trading, currently announced it has sealed a Statement of Commitment to a FX Global Code of Conduct as facilitated by a Global Foreign Exchange Committee.

Released in May 2017, a FX Global Code establishes a common set of discipline and beliefs for good use in a FX market. Redline joins a some-more than 100 marketplace participants to date who have affianced adoption of a Code.

“We’re gratified to be counted among tip record and services providers in confirming that a practices are in full support of a firmness and effective functioning of a FX market,” pronounced Mark Skalabrin, CEO of Redline Trading Solutions.

The RedlineFX resolution integrates a InRush™ cost aggregator with a Order Execution Gateway to yield an end-to-end high-performance height for trade tellurian mark banking pairs, FX Futures, and Options on FX Futures. Interfaced to over 45 tellurian Forex and Derivatives trade venues, RedlineFX is offering as protected program or as a Redline Managed Service with participation in London, New York, and Tokyo colocation facilities.

About Redline Trading Solutions, Inc.

Redline Trading Solutions is a premier marketplace entrance record provider, delivering low-latency entrance to marketplace information and sequence execution on over 150 venues. With stretchable smoothness models, Redline provides a comprehensive, end-to-end resolution for multi-asset electronic trade with tellurian marketplace coverage, enabling smarter entrance to tellurian liquidity.

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