January 17, 2011 – Fund managers constantly grapple with ways to speed up their ordering process, to keep up with high-frequency traders who work in fractions of seconds across multiple pools of liquidity. They also grapple with ever-increasing recordkeeping and compliance requirements.

That means making tough decisions on systems. Specifically, order management systems, which track the results of trading activity, and execution management systems, designed to actually execute complicated trading strategies.

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