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Chicago-based Trading Technologies International, Inc., a global provider of high-performance trading solutions, announced today it has expanded its senior management team to lead its business in London.
“This is a perfect fit for us, and it will bring tremendous benefits to our clients and growth to TT.”
Keith Todd CBE is the Executive Chairman of KRM22 and is now CEO at Trading Technologies
The new Trading Technologies chief executive is a CBE, meaning Commander of the Order of the British Empire. He was awarded the title in 2004 for services to the Telecommunications Industry, particularly for driving the Broadband agenda.
Trading Technologies, one of the leading professional trading software providers, announced that the company has agreed to be acquired by the growth equity firm 7RIDGE that specializes in transformative technologies.
Trading Technologies International Inc., (TT), a large provider of professional trading software, infrastructure, and connectivity solutions, has announced that it has partnered with COFCO Futures Co. Ltd., a prominent Chinese clearing broker, to provide connectivity and access to the Chinese Derivatives Markets through the TT platform.
Trading Technologies, one of the largest providers of professional trading software and CloudQuant, a permier vendor of alternative data (Altdata), have announced a partnership for creation of a new business unit.
Geannopulos himself has rejoined Trading Technologies as Chairman and CEO earlier this year after leaving several years ago. He was a co-founder and president of Neurensic and previously executive vice president, global head of sales at TT.
Doctor of law and institutional trading technology executive Tim Geannopulos returns to Trading Technologies having left the company in 2014 after a 15 year tenure
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“We are excited to partner with Trading Technologies to provide access to the South African listed derivatives market for our international clients. The software and infrastructure that TT offers are ideal for our clients,” said Marilet Tait of Applied Derivatives.
Earlier this week, the company filed another appeal against a Patent Trial and Appeal Board ruling over one of its GUI patents.
Confirming their stance from analogical cases, TradeStation and Interactive Brokers state that the parties’ current positions preclude mediation.
The company challenges the PTAB decision on its ‘768 patent, titled, “Click Based Trading with Intuitive Grid Display of Market Depth”.
The Federal Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals has made a move towards reducing the number of patent cases that Trading Technologies has been busy launching lately.
The appellees note there is sufficient overlap in subject matter and context between the appeals and that they have to be argued before the same panel of the Court both for efficiency and consistency.
Six appeals in less than four months are apparently not sufficient for Trading Technologies, as the company asks the Court to de-consolidate cases.
Trading Technologies mentioned no reasons for the dismissal of the trademark infringement case against Vela Trading Technologies LLC at the Illinois Northern District Court.