Broadridge, GoldenSource and IBM Partner to Offer Hosted, Integrated "Golden Copy"
For firms that have multiple security master files, or for some other reason realize that they need a better way to manage reference data across the board, but lack the time and resources to do the necessary data cleanups, data distribution and data integrations, Broadridge (formerly ADP Brokerage Services), GoldenSource and IBM teamed up today to announce a joint solution.
Aqua, the new electronic equities trading platform that will be launched later this year by electronic dealing network eSpeed, named Brian Weston as its new chief technology officer.
Ameet Patel, Partner and CTO at Acartha Group, Shares Insights
IT leaders typically don't set out to be mavericks, but the career of Ameet Patel has taken him in that direction. In a conversation with Paula Klein, executive editor of WS&T sibling publication Optimize, Patel shares insights from years of experience at Chase and JPMorgan Investment Bank's technology-advisory group and the venture-capital (VC) world he now calls home. Currently, as partner and CTO at the Acartha Group, he deals with tech start-ups to devise strategies and deliver results. In t
Agency Brokerage AXES Launches Global Execution Management System
AXES, a global agency brokerage, has launched a global execution management system to facilitate electronic trading to the over 100 countries it services. The system, called GEMS offers cross-border trading in developed, emerging and frontier markets, notes Peter Gaffney, AXES president.
ACTIV Financial Acclerates its Ticker Plant Technology
As the industry struggles with increasing data message rates with no end in sight, market data technology providers are searching for alternative solutions to the current method of throwing more boxes at the problem.
Two weeks ago, ACTIV Financial, an aggregator of data feeds and low-latency direct-exchange feed technology, announced that it's porting, its next generation market data ticker plant solution, directly onto silicon.
ISE CEO Krell Announces Retirement
International Stock Exchange boss and industry luminary David Krell announced his retirement this week, effective at the end of the year. While he will vacate the role of CEO, the exchange's Board intends to elect him as Chairman. He will be succeeded by current COO Gary Katz.
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UNX Provides Access to Algo Tools Via IM
Buy-side traders who use instant messaging to communicate with and route order flow to the sell-side community now can use IM to sweep crossing networks and dark pools.