Axe Trading Targets the Buy Side with New EMS

New platform offers liquidity and venue aggregation for asset managers active in the fixed-income markets

Mark Watters
Mark Watters, Director at Axe Trading

The firm has built an execution management system (EMS) targeted at asset managers active in the fixed-income markets, which allows them to become price makers.

Mark Watters, director at Axe Trading, tells WatersTechnology, that the solution was built from the ground up. “It was important to build it without preconceptions of how an EMS for the buy side should look like,” he says. “We integrated some components from our sell-side product so that investment managers can leverage that technology

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