NEX Markets has rolled out a new community-based analytics tool for clients trading on the EBS platform, launching NEX Quant Analytics. The new service will include advanced analytic capabilities, enabling access to the entire suite of EBS benchmark trading data.
In particular, NEX’s new service will be available to EBS clients. The utility represents the group’s latest generation community-based analytics tool, aiming to give clients greater insight into market and trade activity. The tool will also support clients’ benchmarking capabilities, tracking their performance relative to peers.
NEX Quant Analytics is the group’s latest improvement in the EBS ecosystem. The group specializes in the provision of electronic trading technology services in the fixed income and foreign exchange markets. Quant Analytics however will look to recalibrate the standards for analytics.
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Seth Johnson, Chief Executive Officer, NEX Markets, commented: “There’s never been such a comprehensive analytics tool based on the broader trading community before. NEX Quant Analytics will be invaluable for clients wanting to improve their execution and is the latest development in NEX Markets’ drive to create a fairer, more transparent and healthier trading environment in the FX market.”
To date, numerous banks and trading houses deploy similar analytics internally, however these have been devoid of many pertinent details, namely at a market level. On its part, NEX Quant Analytics will shore up analytics capabilities for clients via the use of benchmark data derived from the entire EBS ecosystem.
In doing so, the service is able to deliver real-time, measurable insights to clients regarding their trading activities. This is particularly important as clients can track and observe their performances versus other individuals across the EBS system.
With an emphasis on client performance, the new service will allow for the internalized analysis of individual and relative performance. For EBS clients, this includes a greater insight and understanding into bi-lateral trading relationships. They will be able to monitor their own profitability versus EBS averages for similar trades across the EBS ecosystem.
There are numerous benefits to a transparent and fluid system – the sharing of this type of data between liquidity consumers and providers helps optimize client trading execution performance, which also fosters tighter spreads for liquidity consumers. The group is expecting myriad benefits for both liquidity consumers and liquidity providers on the EBS Direct and EBS Select platforms in particular.