TradingScreen Certifies With IHS Markit’s Buy-Side Platform07.16.2019
TradingScreen Inc.,(TS) the all-asset class order and execution management system (EMS) has announced a certified integration with thinkFolio, IHS Markit’s investment management platform.
We're partnering with @TradingScreen to extend the execution capabilities of thinkFolio and to give clients greater flexibility and choice. Read more here https://t.co/n5xYDKEZg3#investmentmanagement #buyside #thinkFolio pic.twitter.com/B1vuRUCWt1
— IHS Markit Financial Services (@IHSMarkitFinSer) July 16, 2019
The integration of TradingScreen with thinkFolio ensures that mutual clients benefit from a standardised and certified interface between the two platforms which will provide scalability and reduce costs. The certification offers thinkFolio clients access to TradingScreen’s EMS functionality that can be quickly adopted as a SaaS platform.
“We are excited to announce our certified integration with IHS Markit’s thinkFolio,” commented Varghese Thomas, Chief Operating Officer at TradingScreen. “This development will allow thinkFolio clients to leverage the powerful workflow benefits of our EMS platform, FIX connectivity to trading venues for execution across asset classes as well as TS’s expertise as a trusted trading and technology partner.”
“Collaborating with premium partners, such as TradingScreen, is a key part of our strategy to extend thinkFolio and deliver a highly scalable, comprehensive and flexible investment management platform for our clients,” commented Keith Viverito, Managing Director for thinkFolio at IHS Markit.“The partnership with TradingScreen has enabled us to extend our execution capabilities and will give our clients greater flexibility and choice.”
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