RetroScope Now Available in InfoReach TMS
RetroScope Helps to Source Liquidity by Providing Insights for Trading and Crossing Opportunities
CHICAGO, September 25th, 2018 – InfoReach, Inc. The addition of RetroScope to InfoReach TMS empowers its sell-side clients with more features in the fight for liquidity. The new tool works with historical and current order data, and helps brokers to detect new potential trading and crossing opportunities. It assists sales traders by identifying which clients to call when a trade may be of interest to them.
RetroScope key features include an ability to see historical liquidity providers as well as the respectively matching open orders. Flexible search criteria based on order value, size, time, etc., allows to cross-reference new orders with historical orders of other buy-side clients. Traders can also create specialized watch lists for desired clients and instruments. A variety of alerts and visualization features can bring user attention to a more sizable past order flow. RetroScope conveniently displays all live open orders that match the discovered historical liquidity for the same and/or opposite side. Traders can identify counterparts who have historically traded large sizes in certain products. With this information a sales trader can timely reach out to the clients to present the opportunities and source new liquidity. Alex Korsky, Global Head of Client Services at InfoReach, commented, “RetroScope is yet another great tool in TMS that helps sales traders to differentiate themselves and deliver exceptional value-added service to their buy-side clients.”
InfoReach is an independent provider of multi-asset broker-neutral software solutions for electronic trading, including OMS and EMS platforms for global equities, futures, options, forex, and fixed income. InfoReach team delivers high-performance technology with high-touch support. The buy-side and sell-side client systems are tailored to accommodate current and future needs. They are configurable to deliver unique adaptations without adding development time and costs.
For more than 20 years, InfoReach has helped clients to improve their trade execution process and performance with efficient design and support of consolidated trading tools and global connectivity network.
InfoReach is a privately-held company headquartered in Chicago, with offices in New York and Amsterdam. For more information, visit www.inforeachinc.com. For announcements and more information follow us on Twitter @InfoReach and check our blog.
Nick Halvorsen, InfoReach Inc.
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