Liquidity Management Systems: Their Place in Today's Trading Infrastructure Trio

The term was first designated by name in a December 2006 Tabb Group research report, Liquidity Management: Pushing Automated Trading beyond Agency Brokerage, which focused on the need for a comprehensive strategy to manage liquidity. Although order management systems (OMSes) and execution management systems (EMSes) are key electronic trading process components, they did not address how brokers interacted with order flow, sell-side traders decided to leverage capital or firms developed consis

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