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ING Investment Management

ING Investment Management's equities trading operation has gone through a transformation over the past two years since Nanette Buziak, head equity trader, took the helm. When Buziak joined ING, she was charged with consolidating the firm's two trading floors - one in Hartford, Conn., and the other in New York. The result is an eight-seat trading desk and equities investment operation that handles trading for $60 billion in domestic and international equities pictured in this photo gallery. The consolidated floor is located on Park Avenue in Manhattan.
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Pictured here is onne of ING Investment Management's equities trading workstations. To trade equities, ING users the Charles River order management system (picture left screens) and the trading desk is in the process of upgrading to version 8. The middle left screen shows Reuters data and teh middle right shows Bloomberg. The far right screens show news from Streetaccount, another news and data service. ING's U.S. desk uses They use Reuters and Bloomberg as their main data sources. Equity traders access many dark pools including Liquidnet, Pipeline and Posit for anonymous block trading. As for algorithms, they use ITG's algos as well as algos from most of the major bulge bracket firms.

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