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Charles River adds Nomura Asia ModelEx algo suite

06 August 2009  |  1213 views  |  0 Source: Charles River Development

Charles River Development (Charles River), an award-winning provider of financial software and services to the global investment management community, today announced that Nomura's Asia ModelEx platform, a suite of core and advanced algorithmic order execution strategies, is now available in the Charles River Investment Management System (Charles River IMS).

Charles River clients can seamlessly access Nomura's sophisticated algorithmic strategies across Asia and globally.

Nomura joins more than 40 algorithmic providers offering over 500 algorithmic strategies via Charles River IMS. "To address the APAC region's market fragmentation, asset managers and institutional investors continue to demand electronic trading tools and strategies," said Cameron Field, Managing Director Asia Pacific, Charles River. "Charles River helps meet this demand by efficiently routing orders to the most liquid markets, providing integrated access to leading regional and global strategies, such as the ones offered by Nomura's ModelEx platform."

"Charles River is instrumental in helping buy-side firms gain fast, flexible and dependable access to ModelExTM algorithmic strategies, both across Asia Pacific and globally," said Sunny Chung, Executive Director, Electronic Trading Services at Nomura. "Nomura's Asia ModelEx trading algorithms cover a number of key Asian markets, including: Japan, Hong Kong, Australia, India, Korea, Singapore and Taiwan. The algorithms take advantage of market microstructure, and provide investors with a comprehensive set of trading basic to customized strategies."

Charles River serves over 315 clients worldwide, including 19 clients in Japan, and more than 100 client sites across 14 countries in Asia Pacific. With 50 specialists serving the region, many of them bilingual Japanese/English and Mandarin/English speakers, Charles River maintains Asia Pacific headquarters in Melbourne, offices in Tokyo and Singapore and has a regional presence in Brisbane and Sydney.

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