Mostly… fixed income and cross product eTrading

April 28, 2008

Charles River rules … ok?

Filed under: etrading, OMS / EMS — holky @ 2:50 pm

Bobsguide says that TradeTech 2008 Names Charles River IMS Best Buy-Side OMS for Second Consecutive Year … Of course thats equity tradetech .. or at the very least now there isnt a FI one, “primarily-equity” TradeTech, though surely nowadays that’s academic; there is a single cross-asset-class buyside opinion on what the best OMS is?

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3 Comments »

  1. I’d politely suggest that there is no such thing as a cross asset buy-side OMS. While CRD and LZ can handle equity workflow in an ok fashion, neither really handles the whole fixed income workflow. Over the range of instruments such as short term CP, deposits, corporate, govies, CDS and derivatives (etc) there is a lack of depth of understanding in the vendor space of what a buy-side fixed income workflow actually encompasses.

    Comment by John Greenan — May 6, 2008 @ 3:00 pm

  2. Offtopic – but this could be interesting ….
    NYFIX Mergers/acquisitions in the offing

    http://www.reuters.com/article/ExchangesandTrading08/idUSN0542417420080505

    Comment by oxymoron — May 7, 2008 @ 10:16 am

  3. […] Bobsguide tells us that Fidessa is voted the best sellside OMS for 2008 (overtaking Sungard BRASS). We already knew that Charles River was voted best buyside […]

    Pingback by Fidessa on sellside, Charles River buyside « Mostly… — July 2, 2008 @ 2:54 pm


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