TraderTools to roll out algo suite for regional banks

Regional banks on the platform will be able to behave like HFTs in their local currencies

By numbers: TraderTools aims to get first algos to market by end of second quarter

TraderTools is planning to introduce a suite of algorithms later this year, designed to enable regional market-making banks to act like high-frequency traders (HFTs) in their own local currencies.

By incorporating algorithmic logic into its automated pricing engine, TraderTools aims to boost the ability of these banks to make markets in their local currencies naturally and control the amount of liquidity available without having to pay a middleman for access. This, in turn, promises to deliver

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