Appsbroker launches Cloud Data platform
October 18, 2018

Appsbroker, one of Google's largest European Premier Cloud Partners, today announced the launch of Appsbroker Cloud Data, which it describes as the first native Google Cloud market data platform.

Appsbroker says that Cloud Data delivers buy-side and sell-side firms greater flexibility in accessing market data at a lower cost compared with existing offerings, removing the dependencies on legacy market data infrastructure and proprietary distribution technology.

The first data set launched on the Cloud Data platform is an APA (Approved Publication Arrangements) Aggregator, designed to help firms achieve better market insights and prove compliance with MiFID II (markets in financial instruments directive II) requirements such as best execution.

The APA Aggregator connects to a number of firms, approved by the European regulators to operate as APAs for regulatory reporting under MiFID II, which publish trade reports for post-trade transparency on behalf of market participants. The asset classes covered are non-equities, including bonds, commodities, fixed income derivatives, equity and commodity derivatives.

Appsbroker says the APA Aggregator brings essential data to trading floors and to risk and compliance teams in three ways: real-time data, delayed data and a queryable historical database. It adds that the Aggregator deploys a set of standardized Google components, eliminating the need for multiple feeds and services.

Appsbroker says that clients benefit from a single fee model regardless of how they consume the data. It adds that Appsbroker Cloud Data is easy to integrate into buy-side and sell-side trading desks, delivering market data via accessible APIs and intuitive user interfaces.





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Appsbroker, one of Google's largest European Premier Cloud Partners, today announced the launch of Appsbroker Cloud Data, which it describes as the first native Google Cloud market data platform.

Appsbroker says that Cloud Data delivers buy-side and sell-side firms greater flexibility in accessing market data at a lower cost compared with existing offerings, removing the dependencies on legacy market data infrastructure and proprietary distribution technology.

The first data set launched on the Cloud Data platform is an APA (Approved Publication Arrangements) Aggregator, designed to help firms achieve better market insights and prove compliance with MiFID II (markets in financial instruments directive II) requirements such as best execution.

The APA Aggregator connects to a number of firms, approved by the European regulators to operate as APAs for regulatory reporting under MiFID II, which publish trade reports for post-trade transparency on behalf of market participants. The asset classes covered are non-equities, including bonds, commodities, fixed income derivatives, equity and commodity derivatives.

Appsbroker says the APA Aggregator brings essential data to trading floors and to risk and compliance teams in three ways: real-time data, delayed data and a queryable historical database. It adds that the Aggregator deploys a set of standardized Google components, eliminating the need for multiple feeds and services.

Appsbroker says that clients benefit from a single fee model regardless of how they consume the data. It adds that Appsbroker Cloud Data is easy to integrate into buy-side and sell-side trading desks, delivering market data via accessible APIs and intuitive user interfaces.



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