Dalton Street Capital Selects Flextrade for Global Cross Asset Trading
- IT Innovations , Infrastructure
- 08.03.2017 07:00 am
FlexTrade Systems, a global leader in multi-asset execution and order management systems, today announced that Sydney-based Dalton Street Capital, in partnership with Prodigy Investment Partners, has deployed the FlexTRADER EMS to facilitate global cross asset trading of futures, equities and FX.
According to Alan Sheen, Co-Founder and Director, Dalton Street Capital, choosing to partner with FlexTrade was an easy choice after reviewing the firm’s trading solutions and technical support. “FlexTrade’s multi-asset trading EMS, combined with its automation capabilities and intuitive API interface, were truly impressive,” said Sheen. “Now we can automatically hedge our foreign exchange exposure while seamlessly managing cross asset risk.”
Sheen continued: “Also, one of our primary concerns was finding a firm that would be there for us as our trading requirements increase. Once again, FlexTrade fit the bill. With their exceptional technical expertise and development capabilities, we feel we have a technology partner in which we can expand and grow our business over the long term.”
“We are thrilled to partner with Dalton Street Capital and Prodigy Investment Partners,” said Dan Enstedt, Vice President of Business Development for FlexTrade’s Sydney-based operations covering Australia and New Zealand.” It’s vital for a firm such as Dalton Street Capital to be able to handle all their global multi-asset flow through one execution platform. With FlexTRADER’s seamless API integration capabilities, Dalton Street Capital can streamline their quantitative investment approach, providing the ability to trade quickly and efficiently across global markets ensuring best execution.”
FlexTRADER is an award-winning, fully customizable execution management system (EMS) with pre-defined trading strategies and tactics for portfolio and single stock trading across all asset classes, including equities, FX, options, futures and fixed income.