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MarketFactory
MarketFactory Logo.jpg
Founded July 2007
Headquarters New York, NY USA
Key People CEO, James Sinclair
CTO, Ed Howorka
COO, Darren Jer
Employees 16
Products Foreign Exchange Trading Platforms
Website marketfactory.com

MarketFactory is a financial technology company that provides feed handlers to the forex market. The company aims to offer latency-reducing products for liquid, established markets characterized by high-frequency trading and algorithmic trading. It also offers quick-launch exchange platforms.[1]

History[edit]

The company was founded in 2007 by three former executives at ICAP/EBS - James Sinclair, who was head of research and strategy for ICAP Electronic Broking, Darren Jer, who was its head of new business sales, and Ed Howorka, who was the original architect of the EBS system and later its chief technology officer.[2]

Products and Services[edit]

MarketFactory's FX Aggregator product is a single a single API that connects to all sources of liquidity in the foreign exchange market, including ECNs, banks, brokers and futures exchanges.

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Key People[edit]

References[edit]

  1. About. MarketFactory.
  2. Team. MarketFactory.