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Broadridge's LTX releases GenAI-powered list trading functionality

Source: Broadridge Financial Solutions

Further building on its GenAI leadership in the fixed income market, LTX, an AI-powered corporate bond trading platform backed by global Fintech leader Broadridge Financial Solutions Inc. (NYSE:BR), today announced GenAI-powered List Trading functionality.

The new feature allows users to leverage GPT technology to generate and execute multi-asset class, multi-directional trade lists seamlessly via RFQ+.

“In response to clients’ positive engagement with our GenAI-powered app BondGPT and their request for similarly innovative trading capabilities, we developed GenAI-powered List Trading,” said Jim Kwiatkowski, CEO of LTX. “This new functionality builds on LTX’s foundation leveraging powerful AI and advanced trading protocols like RFQ+ and RFX to improve efficiency, increase time savings and offer greater flexibility in trading strategies.”

This new capability addresses the ongoing need to streamline workflows, as clients consistently seek to integrate GenAI into their pre-trade and trade execution processes.

The introduction of this functionality coincides with the one-year anniversary of LTX’s GenAI application, BondGPT. Within the LTX platform, traders can use BondGPT to generate lists of bonds based on their specific criteria easily and quickly, then seamlessly construct and execute their list of trades. Traders can define rules for auto-execution, allowing greater workflow efficiency. BondGPT+ users can further enhance their portfolio management processes by using GenAI on their inventory and positions to inform portfolio construction decisions.

To date, more than more than 90 leading asset managers and more than 35 dealers have joined the LTX platform, representing a significant liquidity pool. LTX has attracted many of the world’s leading asset managers and dealers, with over $39 billion in the Liquidity Cloud in May 2024. 

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