OMS v EMS: a face off, but who’ll be the loser?


With the introduction and adoption of direct market access (DMA) and algorithmic trading, buy-side traders have never had as much independence when it comes to executing their order as they do today. This freedom, however, is causing a shake-up in the vendor community as the order management system (OMS) and execution management system (EMS) providers vie to be the primary screen on the buy-side trader’s desktop, says Rob Daly

As one would expect, the OMS providers are firm in their desire to

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