Comprehensive Solutions and Proper Services
Exegy’s real-time market data solutions provide access to more than 100 equities, commodities, and derivatives feeds, as well as Systematic Internaliser feeds, from across the region via a single API. Our products offer robust features, including the ability to build a pan-European BBO from a bespoke list of feeds. Our solutions range from hardware-accelerated appliances for speed-critical applications to normalized feeds on demand for cost-effective access to market data from anywhere.
Historical market data solutions help firms comply with Basel III and MiFID II, as well as aid in backtesting algorithms or documenting best execution. Choose an appliance-based solution or a data subscription, delivered via cross connect, internet, or cloud-based service.
Our global team includes sales, services, and engineering staff in our London office to provide expert advice and support as you plan, deploy, and manage your trading infrastructure in EMEA. Whether you are operating an agency brokerage in London or market-making in Frankfurt, Exegy can provide you with proven market data solutions for European markets.
Featured Exegy Products for European Markets:
Exegy’s hosting solution is accessible from data centers co-located with major global markets, providing real-time access via low-latency cross connects. Feeds are customizable to meet a firm’s trading needs.
Exegy Capture Replay appliances record, timestamp, normalize, and replay market data. Retrieve raw (PCAP) or normalized (CSV) files or run market behavior simulations.
Exegy’s Historical Data Service delivers lower-cost, on-demand access to high-quality historical market data. Data files are delivered in both raw (PCAP) and normalized (CSV) formats via cross-connect or the Internet.
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