Sanlam Selects FlexTrade to Enable Global Cross Asset Trading

Sanlam will be able to handle its global flow via one platform and further enhance the order management process.

FlexTrade Systems, a provider of multi-asset execution and order management systems, today announced that South African company Sanlam Investments has chosen the FlexTRADER EMS to facilitate global cross asset trading alongside FlexAlert for real-time iOS and Android mobile notifications.

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FlexTRADER is a fully customisable execution management system (EMS) with pre-defined trading strategies and tactics for portfolio and single stock trading across all asset classes, including equities, FX, options, futures and fixed income. FlexAlert is a new, real-time mobile application available for iOS and Android, which offers delivery of alerts and notifications from the FlexTRADER EMS.

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Finance Magnates last reported on the company back in September after the introduction of TradeGuide, a a series of pre-defined web components sitting directly in the FlexTRADER multi-asset EMS offering pre-trade and in-flight feedback on orders.

Oliver Boatfield, Director EMEA of FlexTrade UK, commented: “With trading across asset classes becoming more electronic, it’s paramount for a firm such as Sanlam to be able to handle all their global flow through one platform. FlexTRADER’s seamless integration with Sanlam’s NeoXam OMS, combined with our comprehensive automation capabilities and FlexAlert, a real-time mobile app notification system, gives Sanlam the power to trade quickly and efficiently across global markets.”

“The FlexTRADER EMS will be used in conjunction with Sanlam Investments’ existing system, NeoXam OMS, to further enhance the order management process and offer best execution to our clients,” added Gerard Barnardt, Chief Information Officer, Sanlam Investments.

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