QB, InfoReach Partner on Relative Value Trading

Agency provider adds algos to TMS.

Christian Hauff, Quantitative Brokers co-founder and CEO.

Quantitative Brokers (QB) has integrated its algos, including the futures-versus-futures Legger aimed at relative value traders, into InfoReach's trade management system (TMS).

The partnership will allow users of InfoReach’s electronic trading platform to submit and manage outright and inter-commodity futures trades through QB’s best execution algorithms.

Legger, an inter-commodity, multi-leg execution strategy that allows clients to intelligently execute risk simultaneously across multiple trading “legs” will also come with a transactional cost analysis (TCA) report generated for each trade, providing full transparency and slippage measurement. 

“Relative value and spread traders are constantly seeking more intelligent and transparent means by which they can consistently execute and capture more alpha,” says Christian Hauff, CEO and co-founder of QB. “Whether you are trading across the curve, inter-exchange or rolling a calendar spread, every fill and tick matters. Teaming up with InfoReach opens the door to more futures traders to access best execution, agency algorithms from their desktop.”

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