Quantitative Brokers and InfoReach Partner to Deliver Relative Value Trading for Futures
New York, August 5, 2015 - Quantitative Brokers (“QB”), a world leading provider of clearer and dealerneutral agency algorithms for fixed income and futures markets, has partnered with InfoReach, an independent provider of multi-broker, cross-asset, electronic trading technology. InfoReach has integrated QB’s full suite of algorithms, including LEGGER, which supports relative value trading of userdefined, futures versus futures structures. The partnership will allow users of InfoReach’s electronic trading platform to submit and manage outright and inter-commodity futures trades through QB’s best execution algorithms.
QB’s LEGGER algorithm is an inter-commodity, multi-leg execution strategy that allows clients to intelligently execute risk simultaneously across multiple trading “legs”. A detailed Transactional Cost Analysis (TCA) report is generated for each trade, providing full transparency and slippage measurement.
InfoReach has incorporated QB’s LEGGER algorithm into its Trade Management System (TMS), which is built to provide optimal execution and trade analysis to both buy and sell-side institutions. “Relative value and spread traders are constantly seeking more intelligent and transparent means by which they can consistently execute and capture more alpha,” said Christian Hauff, CEO and co-founder of QB. “Whether you are trading across the curve, inter-exchange or rolling a calendar spread, every fill and tick matters. Teaming up with InfoReach opens the door to more futures traders to access best execution, agency algorithms from their desktop.”
“Today, we have a global customer base that is always looking to optimize their execution quality,” said Allen Zaydlin, CEO of InfoReach. “We are confident that bringing in QB to further advance our futures and multi-leg futures trading capabilities will make us the preferred electronic trading provider in the industry.”
July 2015 also marked the 5th anniversary of the first official client trade that utilized QB’s best execution algorithms.
About Quantitative Brokers
Quantitative Brokers (“QB”) is a fully-independent, NFA and FINRA-registered, broker-dealer and aleading provider of agency algorithms in US cash treasury and futures markets that is both clearer and dealer-neutral. QB creates a dynamic, collaborative environment that breeds financial and technological innovation. Clients span the range of asset managers, hedge funds, CTAs and banks. QB is headquartered in midtown Manhattan, NY.
Comprehensive out-of-the-box functionality, rapid implementation, proven reliability and a clientcentric culture have made InfoReach the trading technology provider of choice for financial institutions around the world since 1995. InfoReach’s high-performance solutions help traders improve trade execution, manage portfolio and execution risk and determine optimal trading strategies. Trade-ready for both buy- and sell-sides, the InfoReach Trade Management System (TMS) provides pre/in/post-trade analysis, pre-built and broker-provided algorithms, real-time, interactive charts and position monitoring, portfolio trading capabilities, order management and FIX connectivity in a multi-broker execution management system. An optional HiFREQ component supports low-latency, high-throughput trading across multiple asset classes. Ideal for trading environments of all sizes, InfoReach products deliver enterprise-strength performance—without the need for firms to build and maintain their own IT infrastructure.
Note: Futures trading involves significant risk, result in unlimited losses and is not suitable for all investors. FIX means Financial Information eXchange.
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