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Ultumus partners with Velox to develop new desktop data solutions for index and ETF products

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Ultumus, a provider of data services for Index and ETF products, has partnered with Velox Financial Technology (Velox), a provider of customised real-time trading technology and analytics solutions to investment banks and the asset management community.

Bernie Thurston, CEO, Ultumus, says: “We are pleased to be partnering with Velox to provide our market leading Index and ETF data service. This partnership allows us to provide our service to a client as both an enterprise wide-managed data feed and now direct to trading desks, risk and performance attribution teams with all the associated tools. We now offer a solution that satisfies front to back office, buy and sell side.
 
“Using Velox’s cutting-edge trading technology framework, our solutions work either in the cloud or as local install, they are scalable, resilient and very flexible, allowing tailored solutions that integrate with existing desktop products.”
 
Jon Butler, CEO, Velox, says: “The demand for efficiency and operational risk reduction has never been higher. Investment banks have done a great job solving the big problems with tech investment, but it naturally leaves a growing number of smaller problems that desks have had to solve manually, with spreadsheets and other RAD tools. These add up and we are delighted to be able to provide desks with an efficient solution that provides accuracy and improves efficiency.”
  

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