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TS Imagine Partners with eflow to Add Surveillance Capabilities

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Trading and risk management platform provider TS Imagine has forged a partnership with eflow, a provider of regulatory compliance solutions, that aims to help mutual clients both to meet their regulatory obligations and to safeguard against market abuse through communications monitoring.

According to Alex Carteau, head of corporate development at TS Imagine, “This partnership bolsters our ability to provide a wide range of surveillance and market abuse tools, enabling clients to monitor their trading behaviour throughout the day”.

The arrangement allows TS Imagine – formed by the 2021 merger of TradingScreen and Imagine Software – to add trade surveillance to its existing TradeSmart OEMS, a SaaS-based platform for integrated electronic trading, portfolio management, and risk management for buy- and sell-side firms.

TradeSmart offers clients a broad range of trading opportunities and liquidity sources. The platform supports pre-certified connections to more than 250 brokers and venues across all asset classes, as well as to broker algos.

Based on advanced data management and archiving, case management tools, cross-module integrations and dynamic testing powered by machine learning, the eflow compliance suite supports more than 100 buy-side and sell-side clients.

The eflow platform offers a range of compliance capabilities, including trade surveillance for market abuse, best execution and transaction cost analysis, transaction reporting, and eComms surveillance.

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