Fox-Davies Capital (FDC) has gone live with Fidessa’s European Trader Workstation (ETW) for member trading on the London Stock Exchange (LSE). Fidessa implemented ETW in six weeks following signature of the contract, and the firm went live on 10 August 2007. Through ETW, FDC can now receive increased FIX-based inbound order flow from buy-side clients through the Fidessa connectivity network that already supports connections to over 1,300 buy-sides globally. The Fidessa workstation is a fully managed and hosted trading solution that provides FDC with advanced client order handling features, best execution facilities and a full internal audit trail that helps them achieve their MiFID obligations.
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