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Posted: 2009-09-25 20:28

Can anyone recommend a software or service that will take drop copies from the exchanges and show us a consolidated view of all our positions?

We trade on ~10 exchanges (futures, equities and cash bonds) with a couple of brokers, and we'd like to have a consolidated, real-time view of our positions.

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Posted: 2009-09-27 12:34
RTS will handle futures, equities and cash bonds. As will TradingScreen and a number of other applications: Orc for example. They normally listen to fill confirmations on your various exchange connections.

The Figs Protocol.


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Posted: 2009-09-28 15:15

Thanks for the suggestions. I'm familiar with Orc, didn't think to use them for this as they also provide trading GUIs, a black box programming environment, etc and charge accordingly. 

Are there any firms that just provide position monitoring and reporting?


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Posted: 2010-02-17 14:17

riskdata (.com) provide a positional analysis and reporting on an end of day basis - although can build link in realtime via excel


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Posted: 2010-02-17 14:53

We decided to use FTEN, which appears to be the leader in the monitoring and display space.


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Posted: 2015-04-17 03:50
Have you looked into Validus by Eventus? They're run by some ex-RGM guys.


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Posted: 2015-04-20 13:08
Been hearing good things about Eventus - the old RGM brokerage team I understand.

Depending on the latency that you need - I've seen that most people have taken something off the shelf - and then looked to replace and write in-house - I know that's what we've done..
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