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Atlantic Equities Migrates from Bloomberg SSEOMS to Itiviti Platform

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Itiviti has taken on another firm needing to replace a Bloomberg SSEOMS platform that is being withdrawn, this time announcing that Atlantic Equities, a US equity agency brokerage, has elected to move to Itiviti’s high touch, low touch, and post-trade suite of hosted solutions. As well as supporting Atlantic’s core trading desks, Itiviti’s solution will be used by Atlantic’s Frankfurt-based team in preparation for the UK’s potential withdrawal from the EU.

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