Cameron Edge


The tougher it gets, the more efficient your computer systems need to be. Unprecedented market conditions have simultaneously presented financial firms with their greatest challenges and opportunities. Cameron Edge aims to give firms ‘an edge’ over their competitors through superior IT.

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John Cameron, Principal, Cameron Edge

100% of the income from product sales and fees is donated through the Cameron Foundation to a selection of well known charities. Currently the foundation gives around $500K annually.

Products


  • FromTheProducer

    A free service supporting local producers of wine, beer, cheese and olive oil.

    Support the people who make the products you love.
    Buy direct from the producer by going to fromtheproducer.com .

    If you are a producer, support your local industry and add a new sales channel for your products by registering now.
    Go to fromtheproducer.com/newproducer .

  • FIXwiki

    An innovative FIX specification reference and contribution resource created by Cameron Edge for the benefit of the FIX community.
    It is completely free. Try FIXwiki now.

  • FIXinsight

    Cameron Edge introduces an innovative service for securely storing and making sense of your FIX logs. You can use FIXinsight to reconstruct any trading session from a FIX log. Contact CameronEdge for more information.

Consulting


  • FIX and FAST system review and design

  • FIX and FAST performance tuning

  • General IT consulting

Terms of Service


Charities


100% of the income from product sales and fees is donated to a range of charities. Currently the Cameron Foundation gives around $500K annually.

"The love of money as a possession - as distinguished from the love of money as a means to the enjoyments and realities of life - will be recognised for what it is, a somewhat disgusting morbidity, one of those semi-criminal, semi-pathological propensities which one hands over with a shudder to the specialists in mental disease."

-- John Maynard Keynes

"The man who dies rich, dies disgraced."

-- Andrew Carnegie