Steve Cohen Hedge fund Point 72 use Deltix HFT software?

(Last Updated On: May 25, 2016)
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Steve Cohen Hedge fund Point 72 use Deltix HFT software?

He is the considered one of the best hedge fund managers on the planet.

Does Steve Cohen’s hedge fund/family offce Point 72 use Deltix as part of their HFT software solutions

The President of Deltix was quoted:

There are three reasons behind outsourcing technology for quants,” explains Stuart Farr, president of Deltix, a firm which provides technology solutions for quant funds.

“The first is reducing time-to-market of new ideas, the second is reducing time-to-market of promising new quant teams and the third is reducing key-man dependency in-house. Quants are also seeking experience from other client cases, particularly around the analytics for assessing effectiveness of trading strategies.”

https://www.point72.com/the-technology-behind-building-a-quant/

http://www.deltixlab.com/

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