Credit Suisse, Instinet debut trading algorithms

LONDON – Credit Suisse is developing multi-asset algorithms to complement its Advanced Execution Services (AES), a suite of automated trading algorithms available to buy-side organisations via a range of third-party mechanisms, including Reuters and Bloomberg terminals. According to Maria Netley (née Domnick), a director in the AES sales team at Credit Suisse, CSFB is in the process of rolling out algorithms for futures trades, as well as looking for customers to pilot the bank's forex (FX)

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