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WatersTechnology: LiquidityBook Buys Messer in Effort to Beef up Portfolio Management Capabilities

LiquidityBook, a historically buy-side tech shop with ambitions of displacing Fidessa as a favorite sell-side order management system, has made its first acquisition, buying Hong Kong-based Messer Financial Software, a portfolio management and reconciliations solutions provider. The buy also makes available LBX PMS 2.0, LiquidityBook’s second-gen portfolio management and accounting

The TRADE News: LiquidityBook on its ‘EMEA in Focus’ Initiative

At TradeTech Europe 2023, The TRADE caught up with Jonathan Cross, general manager EMEA at LiquidityBook about its EMEA focused initiative announced in January, as well as how it differentiates itself as an OEMS provider. Watch the full video below. Read the article HERE.

LiquidityBook COO Sayant Chatterjee Speaks with Rebecca Natale of WatersTechnology

This is an excerpt from an article which ran on WatersTechnology on October 18, 2022. Click through for the full article (subscription required). Recently, Sayant Chatterjee joined a call with his colleague at LiquidityBook, Ryan Stankus, who joined the trading technology provider late last year at the urging of Chatterjee,

Securities Finance Times: S3 Partners Joins Forces with LiquidityBook

S3 Partners (S3) has partnered with LiquidityBook to expand S3’s services and distribution network to more buy- and sell-side firms, including prime brokers and lending agents. As part of the mandate, S3’s Blacklight order management system (OMS) will now be available through LiquidityBook, enabling users to action rates across their

Traders Magazine: LiquidityBook’s New Product to Reduce Trade Breaks

Eliminating trade breaks is the key to shortening the U.S.’s settlement cycle to T+1 within the next two years, according to Terrence Cheung, VP of Product Management at LiquidityBook. Trade breaks occur in the back office when there is a disagreement between the buy-side firm and its sell-side counter-party, he



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