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AGF Asset Management goes live on Ullink.net

Ullink, the Global Transactional Connectivity Provider working with the financial community, announced today that AGF Asset Management confirms its satisfaction with Ullink.net’s rapid connectivity services.

AGF Asset Management, the Investment Management firm, selected Ullink.net above other order routing networks for its high performance and level of service. AGF Asset Management requested Ullink.net to connect a significant number of counterparties, this task (certification and production) was carried out in a very short timeframe.

AGF spokesman, ‘the connections to numerous counterparties are transparent and fast. Ullink’s team of consultants is very efficient in providing us with evolutionary and corrective maintenance. Their availability and responsiveness is a key advantage in such a fast-paced industry. This is why we consider the consultancy service a value added in the Ullink.net package.’

In addition to the dedicated service, members continue to emphasise the effectiveness of the innovative set of on-line solutions provided by Ullink.net. These tools are regarded as an essential part of activity as they allow functionalities such as connectivity monitoring, algorithm publication, on-line billing, or hold a record of executions. It is also the cost effectiveness of the Ullink.net package that satisfies members.

Laurent Useldinger, ‘we are very pleased we could address AGF’s needs in this manner. Our internal processes are designed to bring most value to our customers while keeping our platform easy to maintain and fast. Thanks to this technology, we now have evidence and confidence that we’re able to deliver our services at a much lower price than our competitors in the disputed FIX hub space.’