RETN to provide remote access to Moscow Exchange
Moscow, Russian Federation, 30th of August – International network service provider RETN became certified for providing remote access to Moscow Exchange (MOEX).
The established partnership allows RETN to offer uninterrupted and secure access to all trading systems of Moscow Exchange (ASTS/SPECTRA/PLAZA). RETN sets up connections based on its cross-border network’s infrastructure, 38,000 km in length. RETN’s customers can now access MOEX remotely via either ConnectME scheme, in the colocation zone or, since short, via universal DMA scheme.
“We would like to use the opportunity to emphasise the importance of the partnership for our existing and potential customers, such as trading, investment companies, banks and various financial organisations operating in Russia and internationally. The status of a certified provider enables us to expand the scope of our services. We have already successfully connected the first international customer to MOEX, and we hope to multiply this success by developing our cooperation and improving connectivity possibilities,” says Anton Pilikin, commercial director at JSC” RetnNet “, of RETN’s entity based in Moscow.
RETN’s CTO Ilya Nikishin adds: “Connecting customers via the universal DMA scheme, RETN provides access to MOEX’s virtual private network “MICEX IP VPN” on the highly resilient Layer 3 network. At the moment, RETN has two connectivity points to access MOEX: data centres M1 and DataSpace in Moscow. We also provide connectivity services in the MOEX colocation zone. Which means all members of the MOEX virtual platform are enabled to directly access the high-speed RETN network and the services provided across the entire RETN network stretching from the USA to Asia.”
Sergey Shelyagin, Managing Director for Information Development and Technological Services at Moscow Exchange, comments: “MOEX works hard to attract new providers to offer remote access to the Russian market. RETN offers connectivity services globally, which will facilitate the inflow of additional international liquidity to the MOEX markets.”
About Moscow Exchange
Moscow Exchange (MOEX) is the largest exchange group across Russia and Eastern Europe by trading volumes and number of clients. It was formed in 2011 through the merger of Russia’s two leading exchanges, MICEX and RTS. Today, Moscow Exchange is the main liquidity and price discovery centre for Russian instruments. Moscow Exchange hosts trading in equities, bonds, derivatives, currencies, money market instruments and commodities. The Group also includes Russia’s central securities depository – the National Settlement Depository – as well as the National Clearing Centre, which performs the function of central counter-party. Find out more on www.moex.com.
A fast-growing independent European network service provider connecting 36 countries on 3 continents through 220+ on-net PoPs. With extensive network coverage in Europe including CEE countries, as well as CIS countries and Russia, RETN is the only provider that operates its own end-to-end high-speed network stretching between North America and Asia and running through Western Europe onwards to the Chinese border. RETN offers a wide range of connectivity services, such as IP transit, Ethernet&VPN, Capacity, Remote peering to major IXPs, Colocation, Cloud Connect. Find out more on www.retn.net.