This white paper analyzes new opportunities emerging from Asian financial centers and examines the benefits and challenges of tapping into major Asian financial centers, particularly with regard to connectivity and access. The study examines growing trading opportunities in Tokyo, Singapore, and Hong Kong, and how having access to cost-effective, low latency connectivity across these major financial centers can create new market opportunities for those firms looking to move beyond U.S. domestic markets.
Given the integrated nature of today's financial markets, an increasing number of market participants in the United States are looking for cost-effective ways to expand beyond their borders and find opportunities in rapidly changing Asian markets.
In today's marketplace, various outsourced vendor solutions offer not only reliable, low latency connectivity to all major financial centers in both the U.S. and Asian markets, but also options for colocation/proximity hosting and fully managed global support. With these essential infrastructure components in place, the fear of distance latency between the two major financial regions is no longer a major obstacle, allowing firms to focus on expanding their opportunities to capture alpha across the two regions.
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