Beeks will provide cloud connectivity to Nissan customers in Japan

Beeks Financial Cloud, a global leader in financial cloud infrastructure, announced today it has partnered with Nissan Securities to provide connectivity for all of Nissan’s customers. The partnership was finalized last month, and Nissan customers are already utilizing Beeks’ services. Nissan Securities is the only company that participates in every derivatives exchange in Japan, and has […]

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Beeks Financial Cloud, a global leader in financial cloud infrastructure, announced today it has partnered with Nissan Securities to provide connectivity for all of Nissan’s customers. The partnership was finalized last month, and Nissan customers are already utilizing Beeks’ services.

Nissan Securities is the only company that participates in every derivatives exchange in Japan, and has gained high evaluation from investment banks in Japan and abroad, as well as hedge
funds and institutional investors. By partnering with Beeks Financial Cloud, Nissan can provide a reliable VPS and high-speed communication infrastructure solution to its institutional
investors, professional investment company and individual traders.

“We’re very glad to be partnering with Nissan Securities, and we’re excited to see the benefits this partnership will provide to all parties,” said CEO Gordon McArthur. “For Nissan clients, they
can reduce latency by using Beeks’ cloud infrastructure. And for Beeks clients, this partnership will lead to more activity at Beeks’ access point in Tokyo.”

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