Atlanta-based Invesco has selected Portware Enterprise as the centralized hub for execution management across all of its asset classes.
"We realized that the only way to truly differentiate ourselves from our peers in the trade implementation phase of the investment process is by taking greater ownership of execution management technology," says Saurabh Srivastava, global head of electronic trading at Invesco. "Portware allows us to consolidate our global trading activity across all asset classes into a single EMS, standardizing technology, workflows and processes. The system offers a rich set of decision-making support features that will enable our trading desks globally to navigate a highly complex execution landscape. Most importantly, with an open architecture and a shared underlying framework across asset classes, Portware empowers us to implement and deploy our proprietary ideas."
New York-based Portware says it is the only provider to inject artificial intelligence and commission optimization tools for algo management and real-time decision support into the execution management system (EMS).
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