Order and Execution Management OEMS Trading - Charles River Development
Charles River IMS provides a comprehensive Order and Execution Management System (OEMS) seamlessly integrated with data, FIX connectivity and trade analytics. Extensive trade decision support capabilities help traders find liquidity, execute trades across all asset classes and currencies, and ensure trades are compliant.
By combining OMS and EMS functionality, Charles River provides the tools traders need to work more productively from a single trading blotter. Traders can manage trade execution strategies, streamline complex workflows into “one-click” execution, act on an entire program as if acting on a single order, and monitor market data and security updates for active orders.
Charles River IMS eliminates the multiple interfaces, fragmented workflows and order staging problems inherent in utilizing separate order and execution management platforms. Traders no longer have to switch between systems or re-key critical information, saving time and reducing errors. Benefits beyond the trading desk include improved compliance and auditing, reduced operational risk, and
Charles River’s approach simplifies the trader’s job and delivers real time decision support. Full integration with portfolio management functions enables better communication between traders and portfolio managers by allowing PM’s to monitor the status of their orders in real time. Interfaces with sell-side and execution venues support cross-asset class coverage. Seamless integration with the Charles River FIX network provides highly available access to global execution venues.
- Connect with over 12 data providers
- Access integrated third party Transaction Cost Analysis (TCA) providers
- Trade with 150+ liquidity platforms and over 540 brokers globally on the Charles River FIX Network
- Integration with over 60 algorithmic brokers gives users access to 600 global and regional algorithms
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