Using unique peer group rankings, trading firms can explore their market share, examine how they interact with the order book, and view their trading performance.
As well as enhancing management oversight, the tools enable client-facing staff to discover highly granular information about their trading flows and identify their competitive advantages.
White-labelling also enables clients to monetise their information services further, creating a new revenue stream for the trading venue.
The information below introduces the potential scope of the type of data that can be provided through the service. This is not an exhaustive list and we are interested in other metrics firms may require.
Data is private – a member firm can only view its own data. Peer group and market average comparisons can be provided where there is sufficient aggregation available to the extent that no individual firm can be identified.