UBS' Stamford, Connecticut trading floor.


Imagine for a moment the "typical" trading room. How are the desks arranged? Do the traders look comfortable or are they crowded together? Does trading technology compete with the traders for desk space? How much light is there? How noisy is it?

Chances are, the image in your mind's eye looks something like this: row upon row of desks at which traders are seated close together in a large, probably windowless room. Each trading position is surrounded by several computer screens and perhaps the

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Broadridge rethinks the OMS

Through its partnership with Glue42, Broadridge is bringing together the best components of its agency trading and market-making solutions.

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