Linedata’s order management system integrates with Integral’s InvestorFX

Integral, the FX technology partner used by banks, brokers, and investment managers to design, deliver and grow their FX businesses and Linedata, the global solutions provider dedicated to the investment management and credit industries, today announced the integration of Linedata’s Order Management System (OMS) powered by Longview, with Integral’s InvestorFX.

Linedata’s advanced OMS solution delivers an integrated approach to meeting the needs of the front and middle-office of institutional, wealth and alternative firms, including portfolio management, trading, compliance, and risk.

InvestorFX, Integrals FX trading platform, combines best-execution, optimal netting plans and fairness of allocations for investment managers to execute FX trade lists.

Harpal Sandhu
CEO at Integral

Harpal Sandhu, CEO, Integral Development Corp. said:

We are pleased to partner with Linedata, which delivers flexible and comprehensive asset management solutions to global institutional and alternative communities.

InvestorFX is the smartest trading platform available for investment managers today, and we are proud to offer another high quality option to access it. All users of Linedata OMS are now able to benefit from a seamless integration with InvestorFX.

Scott Govoni, Director of Strategic Alliances at Linedata said:

Connecting to Integral’s InvestorFX will give Linedata’s clients direct access to state-of-the-art FX netting and execution, allowing access to new liquidity sources and technology not available on other FX trading platforms.

InvestorFX allows asset managers to achieve best-execution for their multi-tenor, multicurrency pair portfolios while minimizing operational risk. The easy-to-use workflow combines advanced netting capabilities, liquidity aggregation from every major liquidity provider in the market and trading algorithms for large-sized orders. Asset managers benefit from demonstrably reduced transaction costs and the ability to fairly allocate those significant savings to each originating fund.

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