Nasdaq Execution Platform

for full outsourcing and operations of internal marketplaces.

This Solution Helps

  • Banks
  • Brokers
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Technology and infrastructure requires constant reinvestment to remain competitive.

With margins continually squeezed, you need to focus on differentiation rather than on upkeep of these operations.

Via Nasdaq's Execution Platform and services, we take on the heavy lifting, for complete outsourcing of trading infrastructure and operations, including regulatory reporting. Benefit from our market operating experience and technological scale to effectively manage your internal marketplaces, further reduce expenses, and provide time for more revenue generating activities.

This Single Dealer Platform is an attractive destination to access unique liquidity and will round out our liquidity offering to our clients.
Ryan O'Sullivan, Global Co-Head of Electronic Equities at Deutsche Bank
POWERING MORE THAN
100
markets worldwide – spanning market participants, exchanges, clearinghouses & CSDs
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Nasdaq Trading Platform
Leverage our proven technology for complete outsourcing of trading infrastructure and operations, including regulatory reporting
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POWERING MORE THAN
100
markets worldwide – spanning market participants, exchanges, clearinghouses & CSDs

How can our Front-Office Execution technology help you?

Regulatory Compliance

Outsource hosting and operations, to offload your regulatory burden and benefit from an independent point of verification

Cost Reduction

Benefit from Nasdaq's market operating experience and technological scale to effectively manage internal marketplaces, and further reduce expenses

Resource Optimization

Better capitalize on scarce resources and focus more time on revenue generating activities

Coverage

Nasdaq Financial Framework for the Sell-side supports:

  • Systematic Internalizers

    Continued regulatory pressure, specifically from MiFID II, has forced firms to determine their status as a Systematic Internalize (SI). Under MiFID II, if firms’ activity exceeds certain thresholds, including equity and non-equity asset classes, they face additional regulatory obligations – including pre-trade transparency, quote and trade matching, best execution reporting and reference data reporting.

  • MTFs, OTFs

    Swift transaction speeds, trading incentives and lower costs have contributed to the growth of popularity in MTFs and soon OTFs throughout Europe.
    Under MiFID II, both MTFs and OTFs face additional regulatory obligations – including systematic execution, best execution, pre-trade transparency, post-trade transparency, transaction reporting and regulatory requirements.

  • ATS/Single Dealer Platform

    Investment banks are facing enhanced capital requirements as a result of the changing regulatory agenda. Increased data quantities, fragmented liquidity and inadequate technology resources are placing more pressure on sell-side firms to fundamentally reappraise their existing technology capabilities, requiring constant reinvestment to remain competitive.

  • Algo and Routing Infrastructure

    Continued proliferation of trading venues has caused increased fragmentation in liquidity – placing additional pressure on firms’ routing systems to ensure optimal execution. To this end, firms must ensure their existing technology capabilities are up to par, continually investing to keep an edge.

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