Cornhill Asset Management has gone live with Fidessa’s European Trader Workstation (ETW) in its London office. Already a Fidessa Market Data Workstation customer for real-time UK equity and derivatives market data, Cornhill has now extended its partnership to encompass Fidessa ETW for member trading on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and non-member trading for European stocks. The workstation links into Cornhill’s back-office system and provides internal audit trails for allocations and trades while enabling MiFID compliance. The company plans to use ETW’s execution tools and utilise the integrated market data service including time and sales, news, charting, company fundamentals and corporate actions.
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