Order management systems come into focus as on-exchange OTC derivatives clearing nears

Software for hedge funds has become a multi-billion dollar business. The complexity of trading markets coupled with the increasing speed of transactions present challenges for technology providers.


When a hedge fund selects a trading system, there is more at stake than there used to be. Not only are more people involved in the decision but also the final selection must focus on how the system fits into the rest of the business’s operational systems.

The selected system needs to bring together all the stakeholders of a hedge fund business, of which trading is just one, albeit vital, part. Any order management system (OMS) has to deliver on this front as well as provide different modules such

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