Connect for stp

Optimise data, connectivity and integration across the trade lifecycle

Capital markets participants need intelligent automation of workflow solutions in real-time across the entire trade lifecycle. Managing connectivity and integration to many disparate data sources and destinations combined with supporting multiple asset classes and workflows is a time consuming and specialist task.

Connect for stp is a complete, unified solution that meets modern day intelligent straight-through-processing (STP) requirements. By eliminating multiple redundant legacy solutions, and providing fast, easy, and effective deployment, firms can optimise the use of their internal resources, saving costs, and freeing up teams for more value adding tasks.

Increase efficiencies and harmonisation across pre and post-trade workflows

We have provided STP connectivity and integrations solutions for 25 years and are recognised integration partners for MarketAxess/Trax, Tradeweb, BrokerTec, NASDAQ and more.

We have created a growing library of re-usable adapters and transformations that integrate with many popular order and execution management systems, back office and third party applications, and our extensive experience means that we can quickly create bespoke solutions where required.


Experience understanding and building automated workflow solutions across asset classes


Transactions processed in 2020


Reduction in late reporting rates at a global broker-dealer

With Connect for stp, you can

Eliminate redundancy

Reduce reliance on multiple redundant legacy solutions, and optimise your internal applications and other resources.

Scale and grow

Reduce operational costs and time to market, and support increased volumes and complexity as your business expands.

Gain transparency

Our centralised exception management and holistic view of trading activity give you the transparency you need to reduce risk and drive decisions.

Choose what's right for your business

Available as standalone domain-specific deployments, or as part of our applications packages that enable you to connect, reconcile and control your data end to end, or as a fully managed service.

Increase STP

Our intelligent automation rules give you granular control over your STP workflows.

“We struggle with in-house development resources, with even fewer understanding the differing types of post-trade feeds across trading systems that our primary dealer business needed. Our main aim was to be up and running quickly so time-to-market was important but with any business scaling up, controlling operational connectivity and integration costs was also a factor – Connect for stp allowed us to do just that and we couldn’t be happier!”
Head of Middle Office, Primary Dealer

Connect for stp delivers

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Case study

Learn how a fixed income broker-dealer with $500,000 in fines brought its FINRA reporting back on track

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