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February 20, 2013

TethysEMS Recognized by Wall Street Letter Institutional Trading Awards



Tethys Technology, a company that provides solutions for financial software development, algorithmic trading and market microstructure research, recently announced that its trading platform TethysEMS has been recognized with "Best Options Trading Platform Vendor" by Wall Street Letter Institutional Trading Awards. 

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The TethysEMS is a premier global trade execution management platform for equities, options, futures and foreign exchange. The platform incorporates a proprietary set of customizable broker-neutral execution algorithms and strategy based auto-trading templates targeted toward specific investment strategies. The combination of Tethys Technology's high capacity EMS, global hosting, and sophisticated algorithm suite delivers a powerful and cost efficient trade implementation solution for institutional asset managers.

The TethysEMS includes sophisticated analytics and trading tools that have been proven globally. The platform helps our clients achieve significant improvements in quality of trade execution. With a team staffed by experts in applied quantitative finance and computing, Tethys has a dedicated research effort focused on market microstructure. The Tethys platform features industry-leading multi-asset class trading algorithms and also includes a feature-rich development environment that allows clients like PJM Capital to develop and test their own algorithms and trade ideas.

"This award underscores our commitment to offering best in class service while growing our client base and expanding our innovative algorithmic products," said Nitin Gambhir , CEO and President of Tethys Technology. "We look forward to continuing the success of our electronic trading platform for options as well as other asset classes, while providing the highest level of service for our customers."




Edited by Brooke Neuman
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