The firm said it planned to use the fully integrated Alpha Omega post-trade solution to enhance its buy- and sell-side NYFIX Matching offering.
ION’s acquisition of DASH and Broadway, TS Imagine’s merger, and Broadridge’s acquisition of Itiviti all took place recently as the market continued to consolidate.
Industry veteran and electronic trading expert Ray Tierney takes on the role of president at trading technology provider Itiviti after its takeover by Broadridge.
New Broadridge head of Asia-Pacific brings over 20 years of experience working in the region, most recently as global head of operations and business services at TD Armeritrade.
The acquisition of Itiviti was announced by Broadridge in March and has extended its capital markets franchise and its back-office capabilities into the front-office.
Itiviti serves 24 global investment banks and over 2,000 brokers, trading firms and asset managers in 50 countries.
The pair said the launch was in response to a wholesale shift from institutional investors to digital assets, driven by dwindling returns in traditional assets.
The firm said it planned to hire 200 new research and development, quality assurance, and client service positions in 2021 and 2022.
Itiviti will deploy a hybrid private-public cloud strategy which will reinforce the modularity and flexibility of its trading platform.
Ititivi will deploy its multi-asset OMS to Hong Kong-based equity broker KGI Asia for high- and low-touch trading capabilities.