Our sophisticated data solutions determine whether or not to execute.
You set eligibility criteria—size, price tolerance, number of responders
It’s simple to configure and doesn’t require adjusting your OMS or your workflow. You can set-and-forget, or make alterations on the fly whenever you want.
If a trade doesn’t execute, you’ll receive an alert. So, you can manually intervene. And if a bid is “too good to be true”—that is, better than our intelligent Composite+ price—it’s flagged for your attention.
Auto-X™ also works with our Open Trading™ marketplace, letting you tap into very diverse sources of liquidity.
Plus, it streamlines the back-end of your trades, too, reducing human errors and simplifying compliance.
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In early 2018, MarketAxess launched its Auto-Execution tool for corporate bond trading. One of the early adopters of this new tool is Boston-based Eaton Vance Management.
In addition to its wideranging institutional and mutual fund businesses, Eaton Vance provides a separately managed account (SMA) service for individual investors, known as Corporate Ladders.
Anju Sima, UK client and sales lead, talks with The Trade about the firm’s newly launched Smart Select mechanism, which uses the firm’s unique data sets and Auto-X technology to help buy-side clients optimise liquidity provider selection.
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