Turquoise delight on Plato pick
July 24, 2015

The London Stock Exchange Group has issued a brief note saying that its Turquoise investment firm unit is delighted that both the buy-side and sell-side representatives of Plato have chosen Turquoise as their preferred partner.

"We believe Turquoise's track record of innovation and commitment to customer partnership will be invaluable to the trading services we develop together," it says. "We look forward to working collaboratively with Plato and its buy- and sell-side members based on our shared values and commitment to improving market structures and execution efficiency."

Plato Partnership is a consortium of asset managers and broker dealers, which are working together to create a not-for-profit trading utility in Europe.

Plato Partnership says it will use revenue generated via its trading utility to commission academic research through its Market Structure Innovation Centre. It says this research will identify ever better ways of executing trades, as well as lowering the cost and improving quality of the broad range of processes and data required to support the execution lifecycle. This will create a virtuous circle of improvement for the benefit of all market participants.

Members of the consortium include Axa, Deutsche Asset and Wealth Management, Fidelity, JP Morgan Asset Management, Norges Bank Investment Management, Union, Barclays, Citi, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley and UBS.





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The London Stock Exchange Group has issued a brief note saying that its Turquoise investment firm unit is delighted that both the buy-side and sell-side representatives of Plato have chosen Turquoise as their preferred partner.

"We believe Turquoise's track record of innovation and commitment to customer partnership will be invaluable to the trading services we develop together," it says. "We look forward to working collaboratively with Plato and its buy- and sell-side members based on our shared values and commitment to improving market structures and execution efficiency."

Plato Partnership is a consortium of asset managers and broker dealers, which are working together to create a not-for-profit trading utility in Europe.

Plato Partnership says it will use revenue generated via its trading utility to commission academic research through its Market Structure Innovation Centre. It says this research will identify ever better ways of executing trades, as well as lowering the cost and improving quality of the broad range of processes and data required to support the execution lifecycle. This will create a virtuous circle of improvement for the benefit of all market participants.

Members of the consortium include Axa, Deutsche Asset and Wealth Management, Fidelity, JP Morgan Asset Management, Norges Bank Investment Management, Union, Barclays, Citi, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley and UBS.



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