TradingScreen, supplier of cutting-edge multi-broker, multi-product trading platforms, has been selected by Brazilian broker-dealer Latour Financial Services to provide its buy-side customers with direct and immediate access to the Brazilian market.
TradingScreenâs flagship product, TradeSmart, is a customizable front-end GUI (Graphical User Interface) that enables buy-side clients to trade a broad portfolio of financial instruments, around the clock, on any market and with a wide range of counterparties. TradeSmart is unique in its ability to aggregate multiple-dealers and multiple products onto a single screen format for electronic order routing. Its ASP (Application Service Provider) model enables very rapid deployment and activation of users into live trading and incorporates the most comprehensive and intuitive access to the proprietary algorithmic trading strategies offered by the leading global brokers. TradeSmart also makes available a number of the modules that support other order management activities such as Allocations and Position and P&L tracking.
âIn selecting TradingScreen, we are demonstrating our commitment to our clients to provide them with the best trading technology available,â said Stephan de Sabrit, Managing Partner of Latour Capital Financial Services. âThere is a reason why TradingScreen has become a renowned trading platform in markets all over the world. With their trading platform, we give our customers the advantages of speed, information access and efficiency, which can be critical to profitability in todayâs marketplace.â
âWe are very pleased that Latour has chosen TradingScreen,â said Philippe Buhannic, Chief Executive Officer of TradingScreen. âLatourâs reliability and responsiveness to market demands makes them a perfect partner for TradingScreen while providing us with a high-quality entry into the Brazilian trading market. Today, TradingScreen products are used all over the world because we provide our customers with the electronic trading solutions that they need, no matter what markets they trade.â