itarle Partners with Celer to Offer Enhanced Execution Algorithms

The new service leverages itarle’s advanced execution algorithms and will further extend trading efficiencies.

itarle, a provider of multi-asset algorithmic trading, Smart Order Routing (SOR) and Transaction Cost Analysis (TCA) services, today announced the availability of its optimised execution algorithmic strategies through a partnership with the multi asset OMS and EMS platform provider, Celer Technologies.

Our clients will benefit from access to an extended range of markets and additional asset classes.

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The algorithms have been built from the ground up using individual market microstructure properties to provide clients with a completely tailored and adaptive execution service.

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At a time when market participants are increasingly adopting algorithmic trading strategies, this partnership sees itarle continuing to lead by example in successfully integrating its services across a multitude of asset classes and product lines.

Paul Lynch, CEO of itarle, commented: “Cultivating new relationships with the leading OMS and EMS providers is a logical extension to our services and we are very much looking forward to working with Celer. Our clients will benefit from access to an extended range of markets and additional asset classes through the advanced platform that Celer provides.”

itarle provides algorithms for trading on over 70 futures and options, fixed income, FX and equity exchanges globally, enabling clients to trade using their own exchange memberships and a range of connectivity channels.

Ben Cuthbert, Chief Executive Officer of Celer, added: “We are delighted to be able to offer a new service to our clients that leverages the most advanced execution algorithms from itarle. These algorithms will further extend the trading efficiencies offered through Celer.”

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