Spotlight on the sell side

Algorithmic trading - the practice of allowing a computer program to manage the trading of securities according to a set of pre-defined criteria - has been gaining traction among buy-side firms globally over the past six years. Throughout that time, Credit Suisse has been at the forefront of developing the algorithms and educating the buy side about how they should be used. The bank's AES suite was the first mover in the algorithmic trading industry and has retained its market-leading

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