Smart Order Routing Systems Getting Smarter

Dosge, John
April 2010
Securities Industry News;4/5/2010, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p1
Trade Publication
The article focuses on smart order-routing (SOR) systems being an integral part of algorithmic trading strategies. According to the author, SOR works fast in terms of comparing prices across 40 lit and unlit trading venues in milli- or microseconds and has become part of a bigger trading environment that requires speed and customization. SunGard's Chris Lees notes that SOR are vital to any broker-dealer technology stack.


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