Firms are discovering there is a strong business need for accurate real-time positional data across their organizations. Sapient's Duncan Cooper says access to such data would maximize investment opportunities and ensure that a firm can be fully invested. For some, an Investment Book of Records (IBOR) addresses that need.
As FX trading takes off inside buyside firms, OMS vendors are addressing the specialized needs of trading foreign exchange.
Order management system vendor Liquid Holdings plans to offer prime brokerage services early next year.
Liquid Holdings is now offering its hedge fund clients a broker-neutral single order and execution management system to help them streamline their business work flow.
Execution management system vendor Redi Holdings and order management system vendor Citadel Technology are working together to build a combined order-execution management system.
Order and execution management systems vendor Eze Software Group will incorporate Markit's transaction-cost analysis product into its OMS.
A new consortium-owned EMS vendor, employing a broker-neutral business model, emerges from Goldman Sachs.
The buyside now can save time getting its private client-or wrap-trades done, as two system vendors have streamlined the trading and allocation process.
So far, there's no clear direction as to whether buyside trading desks should keep management and execution of their orders in two separate systems or unify them in a single one.
ITG has added anti-gaming technology into the operation of its POSIT dark pool, to protect institutional traders from high-frequency trading firms trying to sniff out their orders.
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