Guggenheim Securities Taps Clearpool for Autonomy Platform

Investment arm of Guggenheim Partners now live on algorithmic trading platform.

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Guggenheim Securities, part of Guggenheim Partners, is based in New York.

Guggenheim Securities has gone live with electronic trading on Autonomy, an algorithmic trading platform, which will also be rolled out to Guggenheim clients  as a private label offering.

"We've partnered with Clearpool to provide our clients with an electronic trading solution that is broker neutral and conflict free," says Matthew Johnson, head of equities at Guggenheim Securities. "Autonomy addresses the structural issues that are prevalent within the market today."

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