Machines can save 20% on routing orders, UBS says

Machine learning is navigating the labyrinth of venues, figuring out how best to land the trade

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The UBS forex, rates and credit trading team has been using supervised machine learning (ML) to route client orders through a virtual maze of venues, shaving as much as a fifth off the bank’s execution costs.

Giuseppe Nuti, a managing director with the Strategic Development Lab in UBS’s foreign exchange, rates and credit business, says the group has trained its machines how to optimally route and trade so-called child orders, or ones that have been split off an initial ‘parent’ order. The Lab

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