Shortlisted for the best specialist trading technology consultancy in the 2019 TradingTech awards.
BTON Financial is the only outsourced dealing desk designed to help buy-side firms radically rethink their trading infrastructure by driving greater performance and quality of execution in an increasingly complex trading environment and evolving market structure.
Built with small and mid-tier asset managers in mind, BTON Financial helps buy-side firms implement trading strategies effectively and ensure that investment intentions are not undermined by poor execution quality as a result of inadequate legacy technology.
With BTON Financial, smaller asset managers are able to focus on identifying alpha generating trading opportunities and maintaining a competitive edge, removing operational complexities of managing multiple vendor and partner relationships and the underlying trading and connectivity infrastructure.
A broker neutral ‘smart broker router’, BTON Financial manages existing broker relationships as well as offering asset managers the ability to connect to our ever-increasing network of brokers to improve access to liquidity and reduce brokerage rates.
Delivered as a SaaS subscription fee, BTON Financial’s outsourced dealing desk is easy to integrate into existing technology infrastructures.
“The future of trading is without question, tech and data driven.”
Daniel Shepherd | Co-Founder
Broker Neutral Smart Broker Router
› Outsourced Dealing Desk for Asset Managers
› Automation of Flow
› Best Execution
› Subscription Pricing
Asset managers that can
› Take advantage of data only available since MiFID II
› Automate their trading
› Be nimble enough to access the new liquidity sources appearing
› Utilise new technology such as artificial intelligence
› Reduce costs
› Increase their trading performance
› Have enough scale to reduce brokerage rates
› Have enough scale to access better prices to trade against
› Have enough scale to even be able to maintain customer status with banks
Will be more successful than their peers who can’t.