CQG and Broadridge Partner to Offer a Trading Technology Suite for Institutional Customers

by Damian Chmiel
  • CQG Announces Strategic Partnership with Broadridge.
  • Firms will integrate their EMS and OMS technologies.
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CQG, a provider of trading, market data and technical analysis tools, has announced a strategic parentship with Broadridge Financial Solutions, a publicly-listed fintech company from the United States. Both companies will integrate their Order Management System (OMS) and Execution Management System (EMS).

CQG and Broadridge Integrate Their OMS and EMS

The forthcoming collaboration between CQG's front-end trading technology, Broadridge's Order Management System, and the NYFIX network will present an all-in-one solution for institutional clients looking to benefit from a comprehensive front-, middle-, and back-office technology package. This partnership aligns with Broadridge's open architecture approach to the OMS and will be the first of its kind in the industry.

CQG has established a FIX connection into Broadridge to facilitate direct order flow from CQG to Broadridge's infrastructure, which can be directed to its network of liquidity providers and exchanges.

"We believe this strategic partnership will bring ease along with significant savings opportunities to our mutual customers. Rather than making a choice between an OMS and an EMS, customers will be able to deploy an enterprise solution that offers both to their internal desks and clients alike," Ryan Moroney, the CEO of CQG, commented.

The ongoing development will integrate the two systems seamlessly, allowing for smooth order flow and management across the platforms. This enables clients to stage, combine and group orders, implement algorithmic logic to existing ones and manage allocations. Typically, clients had to integrate various technology providers to create a tailored solution, which comes with additional effort and costs to make these tools work together.

"Together, CQG and Broadridge look forward to enhancing the workflow of their institutional customers and providing best-in-class execution and order management," Moroney added.

Broadridge Inks Another Cooperation

For fintech-based Broadridge, this is at least the fourth industry collaboration established in 2023. In February, it joined forces with Point Focal, an analytics solution provider, to offer clients advanced alternative data-driven quantitative insights and portfolio analytics.

A few weeks earlier, Broadridge extended its partnership to IGM Financial, allowing further use of Broadridge's R.Broker solution and cooperated with LiquidX to develop InBlock TradeOps, a business process outsourcing (BPO) service.

In the meantime, the company leveraged the capabilities of Glue42's desktop integration platform to offer its customers a better user experience. The newest integration is available in the UK, but it will launch in the US and EU soon.

On top of that, CQG reported a new development recently, announcing the cooperation with NUTS Finance, a blockchain development firm. The companies launched Optio Research to develop trading solutions and decentralized crypto infrastructure for institutional-grade traders.

The solutions for brokers provider sees the growing potential in Web3 and blockchain technology and the rising demand from institutional investors. Optio Research lab is an answer to Broadridge's needs, and it wants to build a bridge between traditional finance (TradFi) and decentralized space (DeFi).

CQG, a provider of trading, market data and technical analysis tools, has announced a strategic parentship with Broadridge Financial Solutions, a publicly-listed fintech company from the United States. Both companies will integrate their Order Management System (OMS) and Execution Management System (EMS).

CQG and Broadridge Integrate Their OMS and EMS

The forthcoming collaboration between CQG's front-end trading technology, Broadridge's Order Management System, and the NYFIX network will present an all-in-one solution for institutional clients looking to benefit from a comprehensive front-, middle-, and back-office technology package. This partnership aligns with Broadridge's open architecture approach to the OMS and will be the first of its kind in the industry.

CQG has established a FIX connection into Broadridge to facilitate direct order flow from CQG to Broadridge's infrastructure, which can be directed to its network of liquidity providers and exchanges.

"We believe this strategic partnership will bring ease along with significant savings opportunities to our mutual customers. Rather than making a choice between an OMS and an EMS, customers will be able to deploy an enterprise solution that offers both to their internal desks and clients alike," Ryan Moroney, the CEO of CQG, commented.

The ongoing development will integrate the two systems seamlessly, allowing for smooth order flow and management across the platforms. This enables clients to stage, combine and group orders, implement algorithmic logic to existing ones and manage allocations. Typically, clients had to integrate various technology providers to create a tailored solution, which comes with additional effort and costs to make these tools work together.

"Together, CQG and Broadridge look forward to enhancing the workflow of their institutional customers and providing best-in-class execution and order management," Moroney added.

Broadridge Inks Another Cooperation

For fintech-based Broadridge, this is at least the fourth industry collaboration established in 2023. In February, it joined forces with Point Focal, an analytics solution provider, to offer clients advanced alternative data-driven quantitative insights and portfolio analytics.

A few weeks earlier, Broadridge extended its partnership to IGM Financial, allowing further use of Broadridge's R.Broker solution and cooperated with LiquidX to develop InBlock TradeOps, a business process outsourcing (BPO) service.

In the meantime, the company leveraged the capabilities of Glue42's desktop integration platform to offer its customers a better user experience. The newest integration is available in the UK, but it will launch in the US and EU soon.

On top of that, CQG reported a new development recently, announcing the cooperation with NUTS Finance, a blockchain development firm. The companies launched Optio Research to develop trading solutions and decentralized crypto infrastructure for institutional-grade traders.

The solutions for brokers provider sees the growing potential in Web3 and blockchain technology and the rising demand from institutional investors. Optio Research lab is an answer to Broadridge's needs, and it wants to build a bridge between traditional finance (TradFi) and decentralized space (DeFi).

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