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CNQ and ITS in order routing and connectivity initiative

14 May 2008  |  1829 views  |  0 Source: Canadian Trading and Quotation System

Canadian Trading and Quotation System (CNQ) and ITS Online (ITS) have launched the Pure Compass order router, which now offers clients the opportunity to connect to Canadian marketplaces with a single point of access that efficiently meets their regulatory and client best execution obligations with a high capacity/low latency application.

This initiative represents a significant enhancement to the services offered by the Pure Trading marketplace.

Customers now have access to Pure Compass, which is based on proven technology and market linkages currently servicing the largest percentage of the order flow generated by the Canadian trading community. Aimed primarily at facilitating the introduction of new order flow to the Canadian market, Pure Compass provides all entrants with the tools needed to participate in Canada’s emerging multiple marketplace environment, including the ability to enter inter-market sweep orders.

Under the terms of the arrangement, ITS will contribute operational expertise and industry leading order routing technology, with the sales, marketing, and customer administration components of the service being delivered by CNQ.

“I have witnessed the first few months of activity in a multi-market environment, and talked to a number of dealers, vendor firms and the market regulators, and it is clear that the industry is looking for effective order routing and market access solutions,” said Stephen Plut, Managing Director of ITS. “Enabling clients to take advantage of the benefits of multiple marketplace trading, while giving them the tools to dynamically manage their regulatory and client obligations is the goal of this venture.”

“Delivering the routing and market connectivity solutions required by the industry will significantly reduce the cost for dealers to manage order flow across the new marketplaces such as CNQ’s Pure Trading facility. This has been designed to allow users to select their preferred venues for posting and taking liquidity,” said Ian Bandeen, Vice-Chair and CEO of CNQ. “By offering this service in combination with ITS, CNQ and Pure Trading are taking the lead in making the benefits of sophisticated order routing technologies available to all of our customers at a competi competitive cosve cost”.

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