Appital, an equity capital marketplace  trading platform  , disclosed that Bernstein, a CFD broker, has joined its new bookbuilding platform as an executing broker ahead of launch today. Appital is set to launch its platform, which will provide automation to equity capital markets and boost  liquidity  discovery and price formation processes of illiquid equity positions.

The partnership between Appital and Bernstein was initiated by continued demand from clients. The collaboration will provide the buy-side clients with a more transparent and efficient way to execute large orders with minimal risk of price erosion or market impact. Flow that originated on the Appital platform can be seamlessly executed through Bernstein.

Appital is preparing to launch its platform along with over 30 asset management firms, who collectively manage over $30 trillion. Once the platform is onboarded and integrated, Appital’s asset manager customers will be able to set their preferences to proactively gain exposure to deal flow that is relevant to them and choose their preferred brokers for execution.

Mark Badyra, the CEO of Appital, said: “We have been working with Bernstein to develop the platform from the early development phase. Asset managers told us they would like to use Bernstein to execute this type of flow because of their independent market position and strong research focus. Our collaboration gives our shared client base the functionality to find new sources of liquidity which will be unique compared to other technologically driven platforms.”

Meanwhile, Toby Bayliss, the Head of European Electronic Trading at Bernstein Autonomous LLP, added: “Our ethos is focused on the institutional market, and we aim to align with the interests of our buy-side clients. Appital provides an innovative automated and more efficient way for clients to source and access liquidity, enhancing our primary role as an execution broker.”

Driving Digital Success in Capital Markets

Late last month, Appital announced that Instinet, an institutional agency-model broker, joined its bookbuilding platform as the first executing broker. In September last year, Appital integrated FlexTrade Systems Inc into its bookbuilding platform as the first EMS provider. By working with major brokerage firms such as Instinet, Bernstein, FlexTrade Systems Inc, among others, Appital is driving the technological infrastructure development essential to integrate its platform into existing market structures and bring automation and innovation to equity capital markets.

In July last year, Appital appointed Brian Guckian as its Chief Business Development Officer and Philipp Eberle as its Head of Strategy. The company announced the strategic appointments to support the company’s mission to bring technological innovation and automation to equity capital markets.

Appital, an equity capital marketplace  trading platform  , disclosed that Bernstein, a CFD broker, has joined its new bookbuilding platform as an executing broker ahead of launch today. Appital is set to launch its platform, which will provide automation to equity capital markets and boost  liquidity  discovery and price formation processes of illiquid equity positions.

The partnership between Appital and Bernstein was initiated by continued demand from clients. The collaboration will provide the buy-side clients with a more transparent and efficient way to execute large orders with minimal risk of price erosion or market impact. Flow that originated on the Appital platform can be seamlessly executed through Bernstein.

Appital is preparing to launch its platform along with over 30 asset management firms, who collectively manage over $30 trillion. Once the platform is onboarded and integrated, Appital’s asset manager customers will be able to set their preferences to proactively gain exposure to deal flow that is relevant to them and choose their preferred brokers for execution.

Mark Badyra, the CEO of Appital, said: “We have been working with Bernstein to develop the platform from the early development phase. Asset managers told us they would like to use Bernstein to execute this type of flow because of their independent market position and strong research focus. Our collaboration gives our shared client base the functionality to find new sources of liquidity which will be unique compared to other technologically driven platforms.”

Meanwhile, Toby Bayliss, the Head of European Electronic Trading at Bernstein Autonomous LLP, added: “Our ethos is focused on the institutional market, and we aim to align with the interests of our buy-side clients. Appital provides an innovative automated and more efficient way for clients to source and access liquidity, enhancing our primary role as an execution broker.”

Driving Digital Success in Capital Markets

Late last month, Appital announced that Instinet, an institutional agency-model broker, joined its bookbuilding platform as the first executing broker. In September last year, Appital integrated FlexTrade Systems Inc into its bookbuilding platform as the first EMS provider. By working with major brokerage firms such as Instinet, Bernstein, FlexTrade Systems Inc, among others, Appital is driving the technological infrastructure development essential to integrate its platform into existing market structures and bring automation and innovation to equity capital markets.

In July last year, Appital appointed Brian Guckian as its Chief Business Development Officer and Philipp Eberle as its Head of Strategy. The company announced the strategic appointments to support the company’s mission to bring technological innovation and automation to equity capital markets.