HKEX launches OCG-C centralised access trading platform

This shows HKEX's commitment to building efficient tech solutions.

Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX) has launched the Orion Central Gateway – Securities Market (OCG-C), a new market access platform for the Hong Kong securities market.

It is a centralised access point connecting participants' order management systems with HKEX's securities trading platform.

President and COO Calvin Tai said, "The launch of OCG-C underscores HKEX's commitment to leveraging the latest technologies to build reliable, resilient and efficient platforms and processes. We look forward to continuing to invest in our technology and market infrastructure as we further elevate our leadership role in shaping global capital markets."

The new central gateway integrated the Orion Trading Platform – Securities Market or OTP-C, HKEX's securities trading system, for improved performance and reduced latency. The introduction of OCG-C is part of HKEX's ongoing commitment to investing in the innovation, modernisation and enhancement of its market infrastructure, delivering resiliency and ensuring its competitiveness.

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