CameronFIX has been selected as the basis for Nomuraâs new global FIX project. Currently being rolled out, the project will replace Nomuraâs legacy FIX platform.
"Nomura has evaluated a number of FIX products whilst looking for a future-proof FIX engine. CameronFIX is the best choice," said Akio Hori, Executive Director in charge of Equity IT for Nomura Securities Co. "Nomuraâs strategic project aims to deliver a best of breed FIX electronic trading service to our clients globally. With the growing demand for direct market access and algorithmic trading, we see performance, scalability and expandability as essential to ensure our further success in delivering FIX connected services to Nomuraâs clients. CameronFIX is highly rated on all of these criteria. Assisted by strong support from Cameron Systems, we are now making the new service available."
"We are pleased to be furthering our relationship with Nomura Securities and welcome the latest agreement for global CameronFIX connectivity," said Cameron Systems Director of Sales, Glenn Cruickshank. "The CameronFIX platform has proved best fit on performance for Nomura and we look forward to contributing further to its worldwide trading infrastructure."
Cameron Systems has emerged as the global leader in providing FIX connectivity platforms for Exchanges, Brokers, Investment Managers, Transaction Networks, Software Vendors and other industry participants. The CameronFIX platform provides support for all versions of the FIX protocol (v4.0 to v4.4), all supported instrument types and message types across the trade life cycle.
Cameron Systems has just announced the latest CameronFIX trading enhancements with its new product release, CameronFIX Version 6.2.
Todayâs news closely follows last monthâs announcement by MetaBit, Cameron Systems premier partner for transaction networks in Japan and China, that Nomura Securities had joined its CameronFIX powered Market Liquidity Hub (MLHâ¢).
Meet Cameron Systems and MetaBit at FPLâs FIX Conference in Shanghai this month. Cameron Systems and Premier Transaction Networks Partner, MetaBit Systems, will be co-exhibiting at the conference June 24.