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Patsystems Plc

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Patsystems is a trading{{Random_adbox}}__NOTOC__ <!-solutions provider best known for its globally distributed [[J-Trader]] frontThis line suppresses the table of contents; if this page needs one, remove this line -end trading screen. ->{{Infobox_Company | company_name = PatsystemsPlc| company_logo = [[Image:Patsystems May09.jpg]] | foundation = 1994| location = London, often referred to with offices in shorthand as PatsChicago, is an New York, Singapore, Tokyo, Sydney, Hong Kong| employees = <!-- Approx number of employees -->| products = Trading Solutions Provider| homepage= []}}<div id="pagefloat"><div class="content"><div class="headerimage"><imagemap> Image:mrw_links.png‎ desc none default [AIM]</imagemap></div><div class="item">[ Risk Management Requirements for Derivatives Clearing Organizations]-listed company incorporated in England and Wales (registered under number 4498002)</div><div class="item">[http://www. Commodity Trading Advisor Regulation]</div></div></div>
Patsystems also offers an extensive network , a subsidiary of exchange connectivity[[ION]]<ref>{{cite web|url=|name=ION Trading finalises Patsystems buyout|org=FOW|date=February 15, risk management solutions and an 2013}}</ref>, is a [[APItrading]] for third-party solutions providers to connect throughprovider best known for its globally distributed [[J-Trader]] [[front-end]] trading screen.
Patsystems provides trading for more than 10,000 users through hundreds also offers a network of brokers around the world. More than 30 firms clear though Pats[[exchange]] connectivity, including eight of the top ten [[FCMrisk management]] solutions and an [[API]] for third-party solutions providers. Patsystems' [[matching engine]] powers seven [[exchange]]sglobally.
== History ==*Patsystems was founded in 1994.*The company floated on the [[London Stock Exchange]] (LSE) in March 2000 and re-[[listed ]] on the [[Alternative Investment Market]] in February 2003. The company was de-listed on 28th February 2012.  *Patsystems offers clients a choice among three front ends[[acquire]]d [[Tamesis]] August 2005. Besides the well-known *Maiden [[J-Traderdividend]]declared in 2007.*In July of 2011, the company has more recently introduced Patsystems acquired [[Pro-MarkMixit Inc.]] and .*Patsystems was acquired by [[IQ TraderION Trading]]in February 2012.
== Products ==
*[[J-Trader]]; the most widely used electronic front-end for ETD execution.
*[[Pro-Mark]]; a powerful front-end for high volume professionals.
*[[Patsystems Risk Informer]]; for real-time risk management.
*[[SyOMS]]; enables the trading of non-exchange supported order types.
*Patsystems [[API]]; a fully-functioning interface to Patsystems' trading system.
*[[Patsystems XConnect]]; full benefits of Patsystems' trading solution without the requirement of outsourced technology infrastructure or technical support resources.
[[J-Trader]], created in 1999, followed a resident application version with similar functionality. It is one of the most widely used [[front ends]] in the trading business and provides direct access to all the leading exchanges. [[J-Trader]] offers multi-market, real-time trading worldwide, as well as [[pre-trade risk management]] and the trading of [[futures]], [[options]] and [[forex]] all on one screen. [[Pro-Mark]] is an advanced application designed for professional, high-volume traders. It was built for high speed trading, in particular of complex strategies such as multi-leg spreads. [[Pro-Mark]]'s key features include intuitive trading and intelligent order management, sophisticated spreading tools, Excel integration, technical charting, and advanced options functionality.  [[IQ Trader]] is designed for technical traders (chartists). It contains tools that analyze and interpret markets to help traders choose the best strategies, enabling them to perform sophisticated operations without needing programming skills. It offers fast, easy backtesting and guarantees seemless automation. It also connects to a large number of data providers. [[Risk Infomer]] is a program for risk managers at professional trading firms. It enables them to view and control the firm's exposure to risk by setting parameters for traders. Risk managers can limit the amount and types of products traded as well as get a real-time view of the firm's risk exposure.  Patsystems [[API]] is a full-function interface to Pats' trading system; Pats uses it to service its own front-ends. The [[API]]can be used by third parties who want to write their own front end to their exact requirements, or systems who want to integrate with charting packages such as Trade Station and BOX (??) algorithmic trading systems. Parties who are are familiar with the [[Financial Information Exchange (FIX) protocol]], the industry's leading protocol for financial trading interfaces, can connect to Pats' FIX Trading Gateway, which supports an extended FIX.4.2 message set. FIX allows parties to run on whatever platform they desire. If they are familiar with the protocol, this can result in fast time to market. == History References== Patsystems was founded in 1994 by a group of derivatives traders and technology professionals at a time when the futures markets were beginning to migrate from physical trading floors to an electronic model.  --acquired Tamesis August 2005? Gave Pats access to real-time trade capture, valuation and risk management systems for the structured finance and credit derivatives market (Daily News, White Plains)  --Fall 2005? Became the first competitor of Trading Technologies (TT) to acknowledge that its software infringed on TT's patents. Pats agreed to stop selling the offending "DOME" software and TT agreed not to claim infringement by Pats' new Reflector software. Pats also agreed to pay TT at least 10 cents per transaction for customers using DOME. (Futures) --maiden dividend declared in 2007? (Investors Chronicle) == People == [[David Weber]] is the CEO of Patsystems. He joined the company in January of 2006, replacing [[Kevin Ashby]] as CEO. Weber was formerly the chief executive of [[AttentiV Systems Group]]. At [[AttentiV Systems]] he led a management buyout and public flotation on [[AIM]]. [[AttentiV Systems Group Plc]] was acquired by TietoEnator in May 2005. Weber has been a member of the [[Institute of Chartered Accountants]] since 1989 and holds a BSc (Economics) from the [[London School of Economics]].  *[[Patrick J. Kenny]] is the managing director and officer of Patsystems North America. *[[Graeme Neilly]] is director, global account management *[[Barry White]] is regional director, Asia Pacific *[[Andy Edwards]] is director of global operations *[[Kieron O'Toole]] is client services director *[[Jon Regan]] is director of business development <references/>
== Resources ==
*[ Patsystems' profile on LinkedIn]
*[ Patsystems website]
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