Tradeweb adds ‘in-flight’ controls for European credit to AiEX

Users of the trading tool can now isolate and manage trade exceptions in real time.

Tradeweb has launched a feature on its Automated Intelligent Execution (AiEX) platform for European credit that lets users manually intervene when a trade fails to execute.

Chioma Okoye, managing director of European institutional credit at Tradeweb, says the enhancement enables clients to interact with trades that would otherwise be rejected to the order management system. Traders can now isolate what is preventing the trade from being executed and manage trade exceptions.

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