Order Management Systems Clamp Down

Banks are looking to Order Management Systems to achieve compliance, settle trades and take advantage of liquidity. Are your traders ready for the coming Bull Market?

When a trader at Merrill Lynch launches a trade in her order management system (OMS), she’s not just placing a trade that her portfolio manager has ordered. She’s helping to achieve STP, accessing one of the multiple and newly emerging pools of liquidity, and keeping New York State Attorney General Elliot Spitzer from appearing in Merrill’s lobby with a subpoena.

Welcome to the new multi-function OMS. In the mid-1990s, the definition of an OMS was more traditional. "A traditional OMS from six

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T+1: complacency before the storm?

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