QuantHouse partners with Eventus Systems
June 10, 2019

QuantHouse, an independent global provider of end-to-end systematic trading solutions, today announced that QuantHouse's QuantFEED has been selected by Eventus Systems to provide high quality market data for its trade surveillance platform Validus.     

Validus, it says, gives clients a broad view of risk across their trading operations, with a focus on trade surveillance, risk and position monitoring, reconciliation and operational controls. The platform has two standard implementations: on-premise enterprise and a cloud solution using Amazon AWS. Either implementation can be run in real-time or T+1. QuantFEED provides the T+1 solution with consistent, accurate tick data, a requirement for effective trade surveillance and risk management. 

Salloum Abousaleh, Managing Director, Americas, QuantHouse, said: "Adding Eventus Systems to our API Ecosystem means we are able to help market participants both in the Americas and worldwide access the capabilities of the Validus platform currently used by top tier financial firms. QuantFEED provides more than 150 data feeds via a single API, which makes our solution straightforward and easy to implement. This fits in seamlessly with Eventus Systems' model, which provides a powerful, flexible, cloud-based solution for clients."





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QuantHouse, an independent global provider of end-to-end systematic trading solutions, today announced that QuantHouse's QuantFEED has been selected by Eventus Systems to provide high quality market data for its trade surveillance platform Validus.     

Validus, it says, gives clients a broad view of risk across their trading operations, with a focus on trade surveillance, risk and position monitoring, reconciliation and operational controls. The platform has two standard implementations: on-premise enterprise and a cloud solution using Amazon AWS. Either implementation can be run in real-time or T+1. QuantFEED provides the T+1 solution with consistent, accurate tick data, a requirement for effective trade surveillance and risk management. 

Salloum Abousaleh, Managing Director, Americas, QuantHouse, said: "Adding Eventus Systems to our API Ecosystem means we are able to help market participants both in the Americas and worldwide access the capabilities of the Validus platform currently used by top tier financial firms. QuantFEED provides more than 150 data feeds via a single API, which makes our solution straightforward and easy to implement. This fits in seamlessly with Eventus Systems' model, which provides a powerful, flexible, cloud-based solution for clients."



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