This Week: Liquidnet, Ion Group, IBM and more

A summary of the latest financial technology news.

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Liquidnet new primary market workflow test a success

Liquidnet announced it has successfully transmitted buy-side orders in live market deals from order and execution management systems (O/EMS) to participating syndicate banks.

This workflow follows the initial testing that Liquidnet Primary Markets reported earlier this year in collaboration with Invesco Asset Management and Charles River Development (CRD), who were the first O/EMS platforms to facilitate the functionality.

“Creating a new

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