RTM expands global markets to Brazilian finance ecosystem
The platform supports “best execution” guidance, by following international standards and market best practices.
RTM, a Brazilian financial market IT integrator is expanding its services portfolio to support local and international electronic stock markets by providing a platform that allows Direct Market Access (DMA) through specialised IT infrastructure solutions.
The firm said its goal is to simplify the electronic trading tasks by offering specialised IT infrastructure, “finance building blocks”, which lowers market entry barriers and allows intelligent strategies to access liquidity in the Brazilian market.
New low latency routes that were specifically designed to reach and be reached by markets in the USA, Europe, South Africa and Asia provide global access.
The RTM DMA platform provides B3 Exchange colocation services to support the physical IT infrastructure.
The platform reduces telecom costs by allowing on site access to the B3 matching engine, the company added.
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A disaster recovery data centre, located in proximity with the B3 Secondary data centre, supports business continuity IT strategies and guarantees regulatory compliance.
RTM said it also provides Hardware, Software and Smart Hands as services throughout the entire platform.
“We want to be a facilitator interconnecting the local and global markets to create and expand business opportunities and consequently promote growth to the segment, said Andre Mello, CEO of RTM.
“By eliminating barriers such as IT management, hardware acquisition and local expertise along with reliable global low latency access we will enable operations agility and flexibility to all participants.”
RTM provides institutional and retail investors with one-stop online trading services for a range of financial products with advanced trading platforms.
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