big xyt provides independentflexible smart data and analytics solutions to the global trading and investment community.
big xyt’s solutions enable firms to process and normalise large data sets on demand and in real time, in order to analyse execution performance, comply with regulatory standards, and reduce the complexity and costs of technology and operational requirements.
Our Liquidity Cockpit put big xyt on the map as an independent reference for equity market structure and has also been a building block for more accurate benchmarking of global execution strategies. Our Open TCA offering for execution analysis is redefining independent analysis with optimal flexibility for the user.
Your independent partner
We now live in a data-centric, automated world. As an independent partner, big xyt’s mission is to provide domain expertise and advanced data analytics to meet your trading and investment needs.
Market Structure Analysis
Understand trends and market quality in a fragmented and highly competitive world.
Execution Analysis (incl. TCA)
Pre-trade, in-trade and post-trade analysis with interactive performance analysis (multi-venue, multi-broker, multi-fund, etc.).
Quants and Algo Development
Data and Analytics as a Service: APIs for rapid and continuous product development.
Great article in The TRADE today on the launch of Kepler Cheuvreux's new electronic trading platform which integrates with big xyt’s execution analytics, including TCA, which the firm installed last year in a bid to gain more control over its data. The big xyt analytics platform was delivered via our powerful API and...
It’s now almost four months since the UK exited the EU, and from a trading and market infrastructure perspective, a clearer picture of the post-Brexit landscape is starting to emerge, although there are still many uncertainties that lie ahead. Mark Montgomery was interviewed by Mike O'Hara, A-Team Insight Special Correspondent,...
Welcome to our latest quarterly survey of market volumes and fragmentation trends in European equities. Following a desolate second half in 2020 and despite ongoing Covid-19 and Brexit-related uncertainty, the first quarter of 2021 saw a return to some kind of normality in market volumes. View the complete report here. ***** All the...