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TradingScreen Opens Sydney Office, Expanding Pacific-region Presence

TradingScreen, a provider of multi-broker, multi-asset class trading systems, is opening a representative office in Sydney, Australia. In response to increasing demands of the firms Australia-based clients, TradingScreen will offer sales and support for the region through its Sydney office.

With the Sydney office opening, TradingScreen will seek to capitalize on the steady and significant growth arising within the region, as well as better service the needs of its international clients with the value-added advantage of a local presence. Located in Sydney’s city center within Chifley Tower, the firm is well-positioned to service its broadening network of clients.

“Australia has observed sustained growth in terms of the number of traditional asset managers and hedge funds based in Sydney and Melbourne who are seeking the leading trading tools for use in international markets,” said Nathan Walker, TradingScreen’s Head of South East Asia and Pacific, in a press release. “Australia’s investment managers are recognized as sophisticated users of technology and this easily lends itself to TradingScreen’s low latency, highly customizable execution management platform,” he said. As part of its commitment to serve global markets, TradingScreen maintains offices in the world’s financial centers including Hong Kong, Singapore, Sydney, Tokyo, Geneva, London, Madrid, Paris, Chicago, New York and São Paulo.

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