Waters Wrap: The ‘nightmare’ of ripping and replacing an OMS (And ESG regulations)

Anthony explores why it is that bank CTOs are so reluctant to switch out an order management system. He also wonders if changes to the SFDR ESG proposal will make the regulation toothless.

Before I get into this week’s column, first, a question: Are you familiar with the open-source, Google-developed framework known as gRPC? I was speaking with someone recently who said they’re exploring the remote procedure call to speed up middleware interactions. Sadly, I know nothing about it, but if gRPC is something that you, too, are looking at, I’d love to hear your thoughts: anthony.malakian@infopro-digital.com

Also, today marks the start of our first (virtual) conference of the year

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Broadridge rethinks the OMS

Through its partnership with Glue42, Broadridge is bringing together the best components of its agency trading and market-making solutions.

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