Baymarkets Launches Clarity Platform for Automated Workflows and Regulatory Compliance

The platform includes two key services, Clarity Limit and Clarity Hub, addressing all stages of the trading cycle.

Peter Fredriksson, CEO of Baysmarkets,
Peter Fredriksson, CEO of Baymarkets

Per Andersson, head of business development at Baymarkets, tells WatersTechnology that Clarity is a communication integration platform where users can add logic to their current workflow.

The platform includes two main services. Clarity Limit communicates with users’ order managements systems (OMSs) and execution management systems (EMSs). Andersson says the service features a kill switch that enables users to kill a certain account, client or user, which then sends this instruction to the

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