BSO Partners with APEX Expanding its Reach into Asia

  • Security
  • 09.03.2021 11:50 am

BSO, a global pioneering infrastructure and connectivity provider, has expanded its reach into Asia through a partnership with the Asia Pacific Exchange (APEX), an Approved Exchange in Singapore which lists derivative contracts. The partnership will provide APEX customers with added infrastructure solutions helping futures traders gain faster, more secure access to international markets via BSO’s global network. 

This improved low-latency access to APAC builds on BSO’s already extensive presence in the Asia Pacific region connecting local and international trading firms, hedge funds and asset managers to the Singapore Exchange (SGX), Japan Exchange Group (JPX) and the Hong Kong Exchange (HKEX). 

The addition of APEX strengthens BSO’s established position in the Asian market and demonstrates the company’s ongoing commitment to improve and extend low-latency connectivity to heads of trading and infrastructure across banks and derivatives brokers.

Michael Ourabah, CEO of BSO commented: “Singapore is fast becoming the leading international hub for global commodity trading as well as a regional hub for FX trading. This partnership with APEX is an important one as we expand our reach in Asia, helping international traders access this growing market from anywhere in the world. With BSO, businesses no longer need to choose between global reach or low-latency any more than they should have to choose between the best technology or the best service, bespoke solutions or out-of-the-box products.”

Fenggang Cao, Head of Global Markets & Strategy, APEX commented: “The global financial community relies on fast, secure connectivity and access to high-growth emerging markets. Our partnership with BSO means we can offer our customers exactly that. With more than 240 data centres all over the world and a heritage in underserved geographies, BSO is able to help our customers reach emerging markets and hard-to-access regions without compromising on the blistering network speeds that are critical for success.”

Related News