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FlexTrade Partners Goldman Sachs to Provide IOI Liquidity Directly from the Trading Blotter

FlexTrade Systems has partnered Goldman Sachs to release an extension of the latter’s indications of interest (IOI) functionality in the FlexTRADER execution management system (EMS). The functionality adds IOI profiling and analysis to FlexIOI, a framework for IOI distribution embedded in the EMS and providing interaction with IOI liquidity directly from the trading blotter. Traders are alerted in real-time to available IOIs for orders they are working, creating a view of liquidity avenues to achieve best execution. By actioning IOI liquidity directly from the blotter, traders can see the order proportion that can be completed using Goldman Sachs’ actionable liquidity.

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