Broadridge’s Gokey eyes interop to connect back-office data for front-office needs

The vendor is leveraging its back office capabilities and platforms to integrate Itiviti, and bolster its LTX bond trading platform.

The days of silos inside capital markets technology vendors are numbered. Data and infrastructure providers are eying interoperability as they develop products and integrate acquisitions. Indeed, asset manager Natixis calls interop a buy-side necessity. Data giant Bloomberg, for example, is looking connect its buy-side order management and portfolio management systems. And Broadridge is working on front and back office interoperability.

Broadridge completed its acquisition of Swedish trading

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