Charles River Development, a State Street Company, has integrated its investment management solution, Charles River IMS, with ChartIQ, enabling the company to provide institutional traders with visualisation tools that deliver greater insight into data around investment decisions. The integration helps traders conduct pre-trade technical analysis, gauge in-trade market impact and better understand post-trade execution quality. Charles River IMS combines an order management system with multi-asset execution capabilities, creating a consolidated order and execution management system that integrated with solution providers like ChartIQ enables traders to work more productively at generating alpha, managing risk and helping inform strategic investment decisions.
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Charles River Integrates Investment Management Solution with ChartIQ
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The Data Management Summit Europe Virtual brings together the European data management community to explore the latest challenges, opportunities and data innovations facing sell side and buy side financial institutions.
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