Tora Using Trading Metrics for Asian EMS

October 2008
Securities Industry News;10/20/2008, Vol. 20 Issue 36, p12
Trade Publication
The article reports that Tora Trading Services has chosen Trading Metrics to let its users measure the latency of brokers and exchanges in 2008. Tora Trading is a San Francisco, California-based provider of Asia-specific order management and execution management systems (EMS). By integrating technology from Trading Metrics, into its Tora Compass platform, Tora Trading is offering clients the ability to analyze and report on the time each order is received, how fast the broker processes it and the execution speed of each market center.


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