We are pleased to announce that we have won the Best Transaction Cost Analysis (TCA) Tool in the A-Team’s TradingTech Insight Awards Europe 2021. View the full winners report here. The 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.
Singapore, New York, London, Frankfurt, 23rd February 2021 – big xyt, the independent provider of smart data and analytics solutions to the global trading and investment community, is pleased to announce Philip Barnes has joined their executive team as Managing Director, Head of Business Development in Asia Pacific. Navigating fragmented markets remains a challenge for participants needing easily digestible information on trading analysis. The big xyt data analytics platform responds to these market challenges, and provides clients access to independent, accurate, and transparent data, transforming their trading performance and analysis, and reducing the complexity and costs of their technology and operational requirements.
With the valuable support from our clients, we continue to be nominated for key industry awards, the most recent for The TRADE’s 2020 Leaders in Trading: The Digital Experience (LiTDX) FinTech of the Year award. This nomination is testament to how far we have come over the past year, and the recognition we are now receiving from the financial services community. The winner will be decided by industry vote with results announced during
Those of you who keep a close eye on market microstructure will be well aware of a dress rehearsal for “non equivalence” in July 2018 when all Swiss trading was banned on competing venues. Overnight the primary SIX exchange was responsible for 98.8% of turnover in the top 20 Swiss equities (two dual listed stocks ABB Ltd and Lafarge Holcim Ltd were exceptions). Before this the primary had around 70% of market share. This was fairly typical for the primary/MTF split for Lit and Dark volumes as competition evolved post-MiFID regulatory changes.