The buy-side venue allows firms to forego share ante in favor of “proactive” policing.
Latest update exhibits synergies between Portware and its parent company, FactSet.
New hires Chan and Ng both have years of experience in the trading technology vendor and banking sectors, respectively.
Artificial intelligence is being applied in numerous functions used in financial services data management
New hire will focus on execution and automate tools for tier-one global asset management firms.
FactSet company hires Chris Sorensen
Waters takes an in-depth look at advancements made in this field of artificial intelligence and where there's still room for advancement.
Portware’s director of research speaks about artificial intelligence.
For the third time in four years, Portware, recently acquired by FactSet, walks away with the best buy-side execution-management system (EMS) category. Buy-side trading desks are under increasing pressure to maintain execution quality while transaction…
Incorporating OTAS' tools will allow Portware to offer deeper analytics without shifting its focus from its EMS.
Existing buy-side clients set to benefit by acquisition due to FactSet's extended reach, larger headcount, and data assets.
Where to go for analytics-based intelligence is changing with needs.
Traders are using info about their PMs for better execution.
An execution-management system (EMS) is vital to buy-side firms with advanced execution criteria and this category has been shared by a number of providers in recent years. Portware finishes on top for the second time in three years, supplanting Eze…
S3 announced its Basel III analytics solution, Blacklight, will be available for all Portware clients.
As market movements become faster and more complex, it is impossible for humans to react quickly enough to those changes, requiring machines to step in. Now, artificial intelligence is extending its reach beyond algorithms, permeating other aspects of…
Alfred Eskandar is CEO of Portware.
Trading technology provider Portware has connected its trading platform to Equinix’s New York International Business Exchange (IBX) datacenter.
Atlanta-based Invesco has selected Portware Enterprise as the centralized hub for execution management across all of its asset classes.
Just as RealTick won the execution management system (EMS) award last year after being bought by ConvergEx, Portware earned the win in this perennially competitive category thanks largely to an acquisition of its own. In May, the company acquired a suite…
Specialist firms are customizing algorithms to the needs of buy-side firms, making them better at reacting to market conditions and, ultimately, more like humans. By Steve Dew-Jones
The Stockholm-based investment manager Informed Portfolio Management (IPM) will use Portware FX in a bespoke, end-to-end solution that mirrors a growing trend in buy-side currencies trading.