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Horizon Enhances Equity Derivatives EOMS

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Horizon Software has released a new version of its sell-side equity derivatives EOMS product, adding improvements to the automation of client order / execution workflow including a more efficient workflow to create and trade derivatives strategies and improve performance. The solution supports a trading scope of over 10 million instruments.

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