ABN Amro Capital Markets has selected Vhayu Velocity to provide real-time and historical VWAP calculations and trade volume profiles for ABN Amro’s proprietary equities trading application. The implementation follows client demand to capture European equities data received through Reuters RMDS, perform thousands of real-time analytics in milliseconds, and publish the results to a customized ABN Amro order management system. The bank is also using Velocity’s tick capture engine capabilities to store tick data that is accessed by a Mantas provided compliance system. This is designed to give the bank a single platform for its real-time and historical market data needs with the capability to produce pre-and post-trade calculations while maintaining a tick storage database for regulatory compliance.
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