Download your copy of Advanced Trading's September digital issue now. This special edition of Advanced Trading examines the proliferation of execution management systems on buy-side trading desks and explores the growing trend toward integrating the EMS with the order management system. Many buy-side traders believe an integrated order and execution management system would streamline their workflow. But others argue a combined OMS/EMS would only slow them down.
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In This Issue:
To Integrate or Not to Integrate? The traditional line between order management and execution management systems is blurring as buy-side traders increasingly choose to integrate the two in order to streamline workflow and cope with exploding execution volumes. But is one system really better than two?
How Many EMSs Does the Buy Side Need? Seeking control (and liquidity), buy-side firms have deployed multiple execution management systems. But with the help of independent EMS providers, the buy side may be ready to consolidate platforms.
How to Select the Best EMS: Execution management solutions aren't all created equal, Woodbine Associates' Matt Samelson says. He reviews EMS providers' development plans and offers tips on selecting the best system.
Redline Execution Gateway Caters to High-Frequency Traders
Open Technology Architecture Attracts Brokers to UNX's EMS
Blaylock Robert Van Moves to Fidessa's Integrated Equity Trading Platform