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19 September 2014

Transforming the Sell-Side OMS: New Technology for New ...

Alexander Tabb, TABB Group

As the markets have become increasingly complex, the traditional sell-side order management system has failed to keep pace. In order to meet the intensifying demands of buy-side clients and regulators, the sell side must invest in innovative OMS technology that can handle new products and geographies while providing unprecedented transparency into ... rest of story...

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