Quant-Box launches Japanese analytics platform with plans of going multi-market

Rick Steves

“The system is multi-language and broker neutral which allows partner brokers to be able to be nimble in offering to institutional and professional clients, an excellent and stable platform”.

Quant-Box has launched a Japanese analytics platform designed for sophisticated market players, the Tokyo-based fintech announced.

The platform, which comes with Japanese real-time streaming market data and analytics, is intended to become multi-market by early next year.

Real-time charts, depth of book, visuals, intraday queries on Japanese markets

Serdar Armutcu, Chief Executive Officer of Quant-box, said: “As trading is becoming more automated and AI driven, cloud-based analytics solutions like Quant-Box are critical to respond to customers changing demands.

“Quant-box offers professional clients an excellent stable platform to navigate the Japanese markets including real time streaming charts, depth of book, novel visualizations of market and intraday query capabilities.

“The system is multi-language and broker neutral which allows partner brokers to be able to be nimble in offering to institutional and professional clients, an excellent and stable platform”.

Quant-Box chief executive Serdar Armutcu is an industry veteran that joined the firm in April from Phillip Securities Japan, where he was Head of Electronic Trading.

Based in Tokyo since 2005, he was VP Head of Asia Product Management Electronic Trading at Lehman Brothers and Head of Algo Trading Execution at Mizuho, where he managed a team of quants and IT developers for execution algorithm design, TCA, as well as pre, post, and real time trade analytics. Prior to that, he was based in Sydney, Australia, where he worked at State Street and Credit Suisse.

Quant-Box caters to professionals, proprietary trading firms, and sell side desks in need of technology supporting the full trading lifecycle. The firm offers access to financial data including tick data for quantitative research, TCA, back-testing, and market intelligence.

The Tokyo-based company enables users to develop, back-test, and optimize trading ideas. Such strategies can be based on market data (Level 2, Level 1 tick, intra-day and daily data), fundamental. Japanese Equities are supported.

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