Custom trading software development

Gain a competitive edge with innovative trading software developed by Luxoft, a custom trading software development highflyer with 7,000+ in-house professionals and 20+ years of industry experience.




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Risk and product control

Regulatory and compliance

Enterprise data management


How Luxoft approaches trading software development


At Luxoft, we treat every project as a partnership. We bring our technical and domain expertise and problem-solving skills to power your transformation journey via the predictable and stable delivery of complex bespoke trading software.

To ensure our collaboration is successful, we find an industry-specific or horizontal technology solution that aligns perfectly with your business goals and needs. We also staff our teams with a high proportion of mid and senior-level engineers with hands-on experience in custom trading platform development to deliver on our promise of stable and predictable delivery.


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We work with products in every life cycle stage


How Luxoft helps our clients beat the competition

Convenient engagement

Borrow our custom trading platform development expertise at any product life cycle stage and in any engineering niche.

Delivery management

Ensure product delivery is stable, predictable, and cost-efficient with our engineers’ expertise, enhanced with solid internal knowledge management and best-in-class delivery methods.

Measurable outcomes

Receive a comprehensive overview of the engineering delivery improvement with our detailed metrics aligned with your goals.

Effective collaboration

Maximize the partnership’s value while remaining flexible vis-à-vis collaboration models with our domain and technology experts’ focus on efficiency.

Location transformation

Make your delivery operations truly global with any of our 70+ locations across the globe equipped to assist you in location transformation.

Flexible delivery

Select the delivery model and the level of ownership that best suits your needs and resources and switch them whenever needed.


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Why choose Luxoft for your trading software development needs

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Unparalleled domain experience

Over the past 20+ years, we have built extensive real-world experience in successfully delivering complex trading system development software in multiple niches.

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Breadth of expertise

Luxoft has served many clients in the banking and capital markets industry, including tier-one global banks, hedge funds and mid-size asset managers.

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Regulatory blueprints

We streamline regulatory compliance with our comprehensive set of continuously updated playbooks for implementing solutions for key regulations.

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Package expertise

We use our experience in leading package solutions and our wide partner network to help our clients switch from a packaged product to a bespoke one or vice versa.

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Front-to-back service

As a trading software development company, we maintain a result-driven team that knows the ins and outs of front-to-back technology delivery that maximizes your ROI.

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Knowledge management

We help our clients take over the product in-house with comprehensive documentation, IP retention and knowledge transfer assistance.


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of Luxoft’s engineers have advanced degrees


Our custom trading software development services

Data analytics

Leverage advanced trading data analytics to streamline the trading process for customers, power well-informed decision-making with AI instruments and understand user behavior.

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Enhance your customers’ user experience with an intuitive navigation scheme, powerful data visualization tools (e.g., stock exchange charts) and gamification features.

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QA automation

Ensure your trading platform runs as intended after a recent change to the code with streamlined regression, performance and security testing.

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Cloud solutions

Scale up real-time risk analysis automatically and at an optimal cost with public, private or hybrid cloud computing.

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One particular set of regulations, the Basel Regulatory Framework, stands out in its impact on the trading systems’ computing needs. To adhere to the Framework, organizations must keep their trading and banking books separate and follow the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB).

To comply with FTRB, a trading system will need, according to some estimates, between three and ten times more computing resources. FTRB also requires multi-scenario risk and valuation analysis and comprehensive reporting. These requirements increase the data volumes the system has to process tenfold as well.

The increases in the compute workload and data volumes leave trading platforms no choice but to look beyond legacy systems and into the cloud. Cloud computing allows for instant on-demand scalability; so, organizations can expand or reduce their resources based on their needs. It is also more cost-efficient compared to on-premises solutions.

Some organizations may be tempted to use trading and risk systems themselves for enterprise data management (EDM) purposes. However, we don’t advise this approach since these systems aren’t designed for EDM and aren’t suitable for executing a centralized EDM strategy.

What we recommend instead is implementing a separate EDM system that aggregates data from all available sources, including trading and risk systems. This system serves as the single source of truth for the whole organization, eliminating the risk of having multiple versions of the same data entry.

An EDM system can also enhance data quality by automatically flagging confidential data or removing duplicate data entries, for example. And coupled with AI-powered data analytics, an EDM can derive specific insights necessary for well-informed decision-making at all management levels.

Overall, risk-based requirement prioritization saves you time, money and effort during development. Here’s how:

  • It ensures all requirements are clear to the development team
  • It reveals untestable requirements and allows for making them into testable ones before requirement changes become too costly
  • It forces all stakeholders to focus on the testing processes before production kicks off
  • It helps you pinpoint critical requirements and ensure their quality with more thorough testing
  • It keeps all stakeholders updated throughout the project
  • It quantifies the risks your project carries, allowing you to put mitigation measures in place
  • It can optimize user acceptance testing by removing it for low-priority requirements (only if you agree to it)
  • It streamlines the entire testing process, making it more efficient and reducing costs

There are four regulatory challenges that banks have to continuously deal with as the legal requirements evolve:

  • Regulatory reporting. Regulators require more and more complex calculations to assess risk and valuation. It increases the data volumes banks need to process to comply with those requirements
  • Risk assessment. Some banks may have to work with a fragmented set of systems and applications built with different technologies. This complicates data collection and analytics required for multi-scenario risk assessment
  • Anti-money laundering (AML) and know-your-customer (KYC) requirements. As they grow in complexity, they can no longer be met using only manual labor. Banks have to introduce automated workflows to enforce AML and KYC
  • Trade surveillance. Making sense of the rising mountains of data is impossible without the right solution in place. And leveraging this data is key to gaining insights into customers and operations, preventing fraud and successfully handling regulatory audits