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London, UK – 19 April 2007 – The technological empowerment of the buy-side has fuelled demand for the integration of Execution Management Systems (EMS) with Order Management Systems (OMS) to deliver the necessary latency and capacity for today’s fast moving markets. This poses a number of challenges for the buy-side from system selection and implementation, to where execution management capability should reside.

To explore the challenges, Eric Goldberg, chief executive officer, Portware; Ignatius John, senior technology analyst, AXA Rosenberg Investment Management; and Klaus Timpel, head of equity trading, Deutsche Asset Management, will take part in a debate entitled, What Constitutes The Ideal Buy-Side EMS: Broker vs. Neutral; Integrated Into OMS vs. Stand-Alone?

The session, at TradeTech Paris 2007, Thursday 26 April, 4:15pm, will examine a number of key issues including: the buy-sides appetite for increased control of execution venues; assessing the possibilities of pre and post-trade analytics linked into EMS; integrating EMS into the trade-flow; and best practices for working with brokers and technology partners to ensure effective integration of systems.

Portware will also be attending the TradeTech 2007 Awards, on Wednesday 25 April, and has been nominated for the Best EMS award, following the successful delivery of its global, broker-neutral, multi-asset, trading systems to more than 100 firms worldwide.

TradeTech Paris, 25 – 27 April 2007

Le Palais des Congrès, Paris

2, place de la Porte Maillot

75071 Paris


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About Portware

Portware LLC is a leading independent provider of global, broker-neutral, multi-asset, trading systems. Portware’s centralized trading environment has a flexible framework and offers a full range of components for ready-to-trade systems and customizable, enterprise solutions. Portware enables buy- and sell-side clients to create and modify trading strategies and algorithms and supports FX, single stock, portfolio, program, pairs and index trading. Portware provides advanced tools for TCA, risk management, real-time reporting, algorithms and analytics. With its open architecture Portware’s users are able to implement solutions that meet their individual trading requirements and easily adapt to the rapidly evolving and increasingly regulated global marketplace. Since its launch in 2000, Portware systems have been implemented at more than 100 firms worldwide, including hedge funds, asset management firms and sell-side program trading desks.

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