Turquoise Plato, the London Stock Exchange’s non-displayed order book, has connected to OpenFin, the operating system for enterprise productivity, to deliver application interoperability and a more unified desktop experience for buy-side trading desks. With this collaboration, Turquoise on OpenFin will leverage OpenFin’s open architecture to deliver data directly into trader workflows to support liquidity discovery and decision-making processes. FlexTrade Systems will be the first platform to deliver the Turquoise data feed into their EMS via the OpenFin message bus, providing traders with the ability to act on that data, automate processes and take advantage of emerging liquidity opportunities.
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Turquoise Plato Connects to OpenFin to Improve Buy-Side Workflow
Recorded Webinar: Market data management, licensing and administration in the post-Covid environment
Market data administration has always been a challenge. For many firms, keeping tabs on permissioning and entitlements, compliance with licensing agreements, and reconciling all that with increasingly complex invoices requires a significant dedicated resource with a clear understanding of the issues involved. As if that weren’t enough, things got more challenging for these teams in...
Lombard Odier Integrates smartTrade’s LiquidityFX to Offer Enhanced FX Trading Services to its Clients
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Now in its 6th year, the RegTech Summit in London explores how the European financial services industry can leverage technology to drive innovation, cut costs and support regulatory change.
In these unprecedented times, a carefully crafted trading infrastructure is crucial for capital markets participants. Yet, the impact of trading regulations on infrastructure can be difficult to manage. The Trading Regulations Handbook 2021 can help. It provides all the essentials you need to know about regulations impacting trading operations, data and technology. A-Team Group’s Trading...