Barclays is planning the release of BARX One, a next-generation cross-asset trading platform that unifies for the first time its algorithmic trading and execution services offerings in fixed income, foreign exchange, listed derivatives and now equities. The BARX One initiative aims to optimise execution performance by accessing pools of liquidity through Barclays’ various trading technology solutions. The service brings together new algorithm strategies into a single platform, consistent algo design, and centralised buy/sell signals. According to Mauricio Sada-Paz, Global Head of eFICC Product and Distribution at Barclays, “We believe bringing together each asset class under the BARX brand will help drive innovation and create a better trading experience for our clients.”
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Barclays’ Equities Asset Class Prepares for BARX One
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