LiquidityBook to Roll Out Trade-Matching Engine

The vendor also has plans to expand further into the institutional space with two additional rollouts in 2021.

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New York-based LiquidityBook is introducing a trade-matching engine that is scheduled to be rolled out in Q1 2021.  

Shawn Samuel, CTO at LiquidityBook, says the vendor has released a beta version of the tool to several clients. “Most of our clients are integrated into Omgeo or another trade-matching service, for which we do all the integration,” Samuel says. “But we are rolling out our own FIX-based trade-matching system as a standalone product over the next five or six months.” 


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