Deutsche Börse Provides IT Infrastructure for Private Bank Donner & Reuschel
- Trading Systems , Private Banking , Infrastructure
- 29.06.2016 12:00 pm
Since June, Deutsche Börse Managed Services provides the IT infrastructure for the trading platform of German private bank Donner & Reuschel. These services enable a seamless connection to the trading platforms Xetra and Eurex. The Managed Services form part of Deutsche Börse’s Infrastructure Services offer, which comprises licensing, hosting and maintenance of Deutsche Börse applications and infrastructure elements to external clients.
Deutsche Börse will assume administration of the IT infrastructure and hosting for Donner & Reuschel in its data centres. In addition to connecting to its own trading platforms Eurex and Xetra, network connectivity will also be extended to bank end users and additional third-party providers. “Deutsche Börse provides our Capital Markets area with a comprehensive financial IT solution, guaranteeing us full compliance with the heavily regulated German financial market,” said Markus Neuburger, head of Equity & Derivatives at Donner & Reuschel.
All services will be provided in Germany and are part of a long-term cooperation between Deutsche Börse Managed Services and pdv Financial Software GmbH for provision of the DECIDE pdv software solution for securities trading.Reinhard Wienke, managing director of pdv Financial Software, said, “The strategic partnership between pdv and Deutsche Börse Group enables us to offer our financial sector clients a comprehensive IT solution of software to support the entire financial market process chain from trading to settlement, application hosting and network connectivity. We look forward to strengthening this collaboration further in the future.”
“We are very pleased that this collaboration with pdv Financial Software allows us to offer the company’s trading software solutions via our data centres. Donner & Reuschel’s use of our Managed Services with its connection to Xetra and Eurex is a good example of how we can enable seamless access to our trading platforms,” said Holger Wohlenberg, Managing Director of Deutsche Börse Market Data + Services.