Stuart Breslow, chief executive officer, ConvergExs RealTick
"This launch gives our customers numerous new features to enhance trading functionality and provide deep transaction cost analytics."
ConvergEx Group has announced the expansion of RealTick, its cross-asset class, multi-broker, multi-prime execution management system, with the launch of RealTick 11.
"With RealTick 11, we are rolling out our most advanced technology. This launch gives our customers numerous new features to enhance trading functionality and provide deep transaction cost analytics (TCA). It offers greatly expanded connectivity to global markets as well as upgrades to RealTick Mobile," said Stuart Breslow, chief executive officer of ConvergEx's RealTick. "More than ever before, it allows our customers to fully concentrate on their core trading activities by using intuitive technology that anticipates their strategies and styles."
RealTick 11 comes with RealTick's new cross‐asset class Strategy Server and Rules‐based Order Routing Engine. The Strategy Server aims to put traders in control of executing spread and pair orders and enable them to set active and leaning leg settings to manually or automatically manage leg risk across markets, brokers and broker algorithms.
The Rules‐based Order Routing Engine lets customers define any combination of order fields and parameters to route orders to any combination of venues, exchanges and/or routes. RealTick Trading Analytics, RealTick 11 can provide customers with pre‐trade, post‐trade and intra‐trade analytic solutions.
With RealTick 11, customers can now remotely track positions, monitor and cancel orders, and follow market activity and news from any iPad, iPhone® or smart phone.
"RealTick continues to deliver hedge funds, institutions and brokers the most comprehensive global trading platform available," said Dan Rooney, president of ConvergEx's RealTick. "With the launch of RealTick 11, we are reinforcing our commitment to building one, fully integrated global platform that allows customers to trade across all asset classes."