Refinitiv, a financial market data and infrastructure provider, has launched its electronic trading platform REDI EMS in India, which will offer a multi-asset trading functionality.
Announced on Monday, the company has added some India-specific enhancements including DMA, Care, one-touch orders, and notification of execution (an automated capture of orders keyed-in at the broker).
According to the company, India has joined over 80 other countries where the financial data provider is already offering services with its REDI EMS.
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It offers a ‘single point of entry’ to customers allowing them to submit orders to their nominated broker for execution. The platform also offers integration with prime brokers and clearing firms, thus facilitating position management and reporting requirements, along with an allocation module that allows for real-time confirmations.
Furthermore, the platform offers post-trade services trading, risk analytics, and buy-side connection with brokers. The announcement also detailed that the EMS customers will have access to leading OMS’s via API or FIX.
A Single Management Tool
Commenting on the advantages of the platform, Gautam Verma, Refinitiv’s South Asian head, said: “The future of trading is indelibly intertwined with technology innovation, and we expect automation to be a huge source of new data going forward.”
“With REDI EMS, users will no longer need multiple systems and logins to manage their trades and can implement a wide array of trading strategies using Refinitiv’s advanced tools. The platform will enable our users to effectively navigate trade execution by reducing errors. Through the launch of REDI EMS, we will be able to provide a truly superior offering to our customers in India.”