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First American and Capital Trading Corp. Chooses SunGard WealthStation

Boca Raton-based brokerage firm offers SunGard WealthStation to financial advisor, with trading and reporting functionality, and Valdi OMS for agency and riskless principal trades.

Boca-Raton-based First American and Capital Trading Corp. has chosen SunGard’s Wealth Station Trading to provide financial advisors with an advanced broker workstation offering trading and reporting functionality.

The independent broker dealer and investment banking firm will also use WealthStation Client Access to provide its clients with secure online access to account information and market data. First American has also selected SunGard’s Valdi Order Management System for agency and riskless principal orders. Both WealthStation and Valdi integrate with the back-office system provided by First American’s clearing firm. First American’s broker-dealers, investment advisors, institutional investors and registered representatives across the globe will use WealthStation for trading across multiple asset classes, as well as for basket trading, performance reporting, consolidated on-screen data, real-time account views and trade execution. In addition, WealthStation will provide First American’s retail and institutional clients with online access to up-to-date information on their accounts and tax lots, as well as market data, research, and performance reporting.

In a statement, Robert Devito, CFO at First American Capital and Trading Corp., said, “By choosing WealthStation and Valdi, we’re pleased to be able to give our advisors the advanced trading capabilities they need to be more effective, and we’re excited about the future possibilities of SunGard’s ongoing developments in terms of processing, displaying and integrating information. WealthStation and Valdi help us to simplify trade processing and provide secure, online account access for our clients, helping them to stay informed and engaged in the process.”

Ivy is Editor-at-Large for Advanced Trading and Wall Street & Technology. Ivy is responsible for writing in-depth feature articles, daily blogs and news articles with a focus on automated trading in the capital markets. As an industry expert, Ivy has reported on a myriad ... View Full Bio

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