CameronTec providing CEE Stock Exchange Group with connectivity technology and trading infrastructure to manage and support the entire trading lifecycle.
London & Vienna, Wednesday 19 June 2013 — CameronTec, the global standard in connectivity technology and trading infrastructure today announced that CEE Stock Exchange Group (CEESEG) has selected the Catalys line of products.
The Vienna Stock Exchange established the central execution interface (CEESEG FIX) for the four CEESEG members (Vienna, Budapest, Ljubljana and Prague). It also acts as market data hub for the six “cooperation” exchanges of Banja Luka, Belgrade, Bucharest, Macedonia, Sarajevo and Montenegro, and a further three energy exchanges in Eastern Europe.
CameronTec’s Catalys infrastructure will provide the CEESEG with an open-standard-based and centrally managed platform to truly harness performance, data interoperability, and business insight. This five year agreement includes CatalysTrade Front Ends, Market Data Layer and EnBS / ETS Adapters which will enable the exchange to seamlessly monitor, manage and control the entire order and trade flow as well as the market data flow from all respective venues. Catalys is underpinned by CameronTec’s market-leading connectivity technology, and engineered on the widely acknowledged standard in FIX engines, CameronFIX.
“CameronTec looks forward to further expanding its valued partnership with CEESEG for the long-term to provide state of the art FIX connectivity and trading infrastructure for what is undoubtedly the largest exchange operator in the region. We look forward to working with Wiener Börse to bring the broader benefits of Catalys to all members of the CEE Stock Exchange Group,” comments Anders Henriksson, CEO for CameronTec.
Catalys is designed to further empower brokers, banks and the buy-side to aggregate, view and manage related trade data. FIX transactional data and also latency, risk and operational data, all from a multitude of disparate third party systems, gateways and applications. Earlier in 2013 CameronTec announced latest technology enhancements included in Catalys v2.1, designed to further expand the Catalys offering and addressing critical areas of the deal life-cycle – pre-trade, trade and post trade, for a complete, modular FIX infrastructure platform built to address multi-asset, multi-market trading.
The CEE Stock Exchange Group (CEESEG), which comprises of the stock exchanges of Budapest, Ljubljana, Prague and Vienna, is the largest stock exchange group in the region. Apart from four securities exchanges, CEESEG operates three commodity exchanges and is co-owner of five clearing systems (CCPs) and two CSDs. CEESEG simplifies access to markets and trading with the aim to increase liquidity on the local exchanges. The CEESEG stock exchanges cooperate with 12 stock exchanges in Central and Eastern Europe and are recognized throughout the world for this unique expertise.
CameronTec is the global industry standard in connectivity technology and trading infrastructure that today powers the largest user base among financial institutions. Our solutions are trusted by leading firms in over 50 countries, on all five continents, and our customers today represent a broad cross section of exchanges, regulators, tier 1 and 2 investment banks, brokers, fund managers and a diverse selection of the ISV community.
Catalys provides an integrated platform for operations, infrastructure and trading management that covers the deal life-cycle: pre-trade, trade and post-trade. It is the ultimate enabler: open-standard-based and centrally managed to harness unprecedented levels of performance, data interoperability, convergence and business insight. Catalys is underpinned by market-leading connectivity technology, and engineered on the widely acknowledged standard in FIX engines, CameronFIX.
CameronTec’s highly experienced, regionally focused customer service and engagement teams operate from our offices in London, Stockholm, Paris, Frankfurt, New York, Chicago, Hong Kong, Sydney and Mumbai.
CameronTec is owned by Nordic Capital Fund VII.