Shortlisted for the best specialist trading technology consultancy in the 2019 TradingTech awards.
Trade Smart / Automate / Embrace Technology / Streamline Operations / Disrupt
Robust Trading Technology / Economies of Scale / Best Execution / Higher Profit Margins
We will take on management of your existing broker relationships acting as an agent on your behalf. Our brokerage arm won’t benefit from your flow, because we don’t have one.
By automating your flow as much as possible, we will reduce information leakage. This in turn makes the audit trail of each and every order extremely clear.
Relationships are not our selling point. Best execution is our mandate. Quantitative analysis of best price doesn’t rely on emotional attachment. Post MiFID II, relationships have moved up in the chain of ownership.
04. Subscription pricing
In essence we maintain your current pricing model - but significantly lower. A fixed cost for the trading desk with a fee charged by bank/broker relative to how much you trade. This leaves us free to pass on your orders without any pressure to increase your trading volumes.
“The future of trading is without question, tech and data driven.”
Daniel Shepherd | Co-Founder
MiFID II has 1.5 million paragraphs of new regulation
Trading across all asset classes, will be more electronic a year from now. There is no doubt.
Asset managers that are able to
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
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.
It is becoming very clear that this regulation means smaller asset managers must evolve to compete with their larger peers. Being able to automate and maximise electronic trading ability is now crucial as MiFID II heralds a change in the way financial instruments are traded.