CFH Clearing moves trading engine

CFH Clearing has moved its matching, order and execution system to Equinix’s London Slough data centre campus, enabling clients to benefit from reduced latency and cost efficiencies as a result of being based in the same data centre as many of its London-based clients and liquidity providers.

First Published by e-Forex News: January, 2015

CFH Clearing has moved its matching, order and execution system to Equinix’s London Slough data centre campus, enabling clients to benefit from reduced latency and cost efficiencies as a result of being based in the same data centre as many of its London-based clients and liquidity providers. The move is in response to the growing demand for electronic trading which CFH Clearing is experiencing from clients at the higher levels of the market.  By moving the organisation’s matching infrastructure closer to its liquidity providers, CFH Clearing is able to provide clients with ultra-low latency whilst also offering a simple, reliable and cost effective way of connecting to their systems.

According to Lars Holst, CEO of CFH Clearing, “We are continually looking at ways of improving our service to clients in order to remain at the forefront of the industry. Having a presence in Equinix’s London Slough data centre campus, which provides co-located connectivity to London, makes perfect sense for us. We need to connect in the place where all the main liquidity providers are based. By removing network layers and reducing the complexity of the connections, we can reduce network interruptions and provide clients with even more reliability and optimal order execution.”