RealTick, the leading global multi-broker, cross-asset electronic trading platform, has integrated the latest suite of global equity algorithms and futures execution capabilities from Deutsche Bank. This builds on a longstanding relationship between the two companies.
RealTick users can now access the latest algorithmic strategies including Stealth, Target Close and Optimal Portfolio Execution (OPX), as well as custom strategies. Clients can execute algorithmic, worked and direct to market orders via Deutsche Bank's autobahn global trading platform, leveraging the smart order router to reach equity liquidity in multiple venues. In addition RealTick users can execute futures contracts directly on the market via Deutsche Bank's newly integrated DMA capabilities.
Michel Finzi, Global Head of Business Development, with RealTick comments, "Deutsche Bank and RealTick have a longstanding relationship and we are pleased to make their latest equity and futures products available via RealTick. Across the board, RealTick clients require the ability to access the latest algorithmic strategies from their key trading partners efficiently and quickly, through a single trading platform."
"In order to deliver on this requirement RealTick has developed Deutsche Bank's latest algorithms using the Algorithmic Trading Definition Language (ATDL) - the new industry standard from FIX. Our implementation of ATDL significantly speeds up the deployment of new algorithms from the broker to the trader. RealTick clients can route orders to Deutsche Bank's strategies, including the ability to overlay the broker's 'I would' strategy," continues Finzi. "The RealTick EMS is built on a 'best in class' technology infrastructure, offers reliable data and the robust operations, service and support capabilities our clients demand."
Deutsche Bank is part of RealTick's global multi-broker network, which includes, among many others, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Barclays Capital, BNP Paribas, BNY Convergex, CA Cheuvreux, Citigroup, Credit Suisse, Goldman Sachs, Instinet, JP Morgan, MF Global, Morgan Stanley, Nomura Securities, RBC Capital Markets, Societe Generale, and UBS.
RealTick recently upgraded its category defining multi-asset class EMS with enhanced single stock and list trading functionality including, advanced benchmark analysis and industry sector management, plus dynamic navigation and order entry tools, as well as sophisticated options trading capabilities. These enhancements enable traders to fully configure and simplify their workflow, in order to stay focused on achieving better trading performance across broker algorithms, liquidity pools and asset classes in one click.