ITG launches Execution Analysis

Source: ITG

ITG (NYSE:ITG), a leading independent broker and financial technology provider, today announced the launch of ITG Execution Analysis, a web-based analytics tool for clients seeking additional insights into their fill-level data and broker-neutral algorithm usage.

Through the use of FIX-based, fill-level data, ITG Execution Analysis focuses on algorithm usage, spread capture, venue and broker reporting, as well as other key execution level metrics.

"ITG Execution Analysis is an important addition to our suite of analytics tools," said Ian Domowitz, Managing Director and Head of Analytics at ITG. "It’s designed to allow users to perform in-depth analysis of their post-trade, fill-level data with ease. Users can seamlessly jump from broker to venue to algorithm analyses, among others, with just the click of a mouse."

ITG Execution Analysis allows users to effortlessly customize their execution level analysis through the use of easy-to-navigate date range and filter settings. Users can quickly spot areas of interest in dashboard summary views or delve more deeply into individual orders. ITG Execution Analysis offers users the ability to perform broker-neutral algorithm analysis in a single user friendly portal.

ITG is a pioneer in analytics with global and historical coverage, bringing together extensive data and insights to allow clients to make informed strategy, broker, algorithm, and liquidity venue selections. ITG TCA® is backed by one of the largest datasets of transaction cost information in the industry, comprising approximately 20% of global institutional equity activity, to provide a window into the entire investment process and support improved outcomes. ITG has also expanded into the foreign exchange market with ITG TCA® for FX to help traders and portfolio managers analyze foreign exchange executions and reduce trading costs.

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